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CATALOG No. 9 












Waterhouse & Lester Co. 






SAN FRANCISCO 




CALIFORNIA, U. S. A. 




* 


VEHICLE TRIMMINGS 








TRIMMERS' SUPPLIES 
















CARRIAGE AND AUTOMOBILE TRiMMlNir.*; 






















FANCY COACH TRIMMINGS AND HARDWARE 

TRIMMERS' TOOLS AND GENERAL SUPPLIES 

COACH PAINTS AND PAINTERS - SUPPLIES 






Copy No. 876 



Issued to 




/ 



All original descriptive mat- 
ter, explanatory notes and 
illustrations in this book are 
Copyrighted. 

A Patent on the Numbering 
System has been applied for, 
and all rights and properties 
under Copyright and Patent 
Laws will be protected. 



COPYRIGHT 1908 
By WATERHOUSE & LESTER CO. 



PAYOT, STRATFORD & KERR 

STATIONERS. P9INTERS 



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WATER HDU5E &LE5TER ED. 




5AN FRANCI5CD, CALIF. 



INTRODUCTION AND EXPLANATION 



INTK' sued with the hojfe 

thai its in. make it !> text book of the line and a 

relial rk. A minihi r of new features nave 

with the object of increased catalog efficiency 

in vi. 

It is hoped that the considerable time an.l expense involved 
impiling tliis catalog, will be justified by the service 
which it ren.lers to <mr patrons. 

CATALOG 1.IFK.— As will be readily api.reeiat.il, any 
method enabling the maintenance of a catalog in an up-to- 
date condition, is greatly to be preferred t.. the practice of 
issuing catalogs in the usual bound or book form. 

The now somewhat Common "loose-leaf'' system, whereby 
revised pages may be substituted or new pages added, has 
therefore been applied to this catalog. 

Where expedient, added or revised pages will be inserted 

at the proper point of classification in the catalog, otherwise 

-i-tion of Additions and Revisions, — the last Section in 

the catalog, — which should be consulted in case any desired 

article is not found in the body of the catalog. 

NUMBERING SYSTEM.— To avoid the confusion result- 
ing from the lettering or fractional numbering of added 
pages, and as a substitute for the usual 'method of page 
numbering, a system of numbering the various groups in con- 
secutive order has been devised. (Patent applied for). No 
two groups (or " Sections" as we convenient^ call them) 
are located on one page, but a "Section" frequently consists 
of two or more pages. 

The numbers of the Sections appear in large figures on 
. each page, preceded by the printer's section mark (§), in the 
usual place where a page is numbered, the upper outside 
corner. 

It will be noted that the Sections follow one another in 
consecutive order, in the usual manner of page numbering. 
Identical section numbers frequently appear on more than 
one page, as above stated, but this involves no difficulty 
in locating any item iu the catalog, 

For example, suppose by reference to the General Outline 
or to the Alphabetical Index, "Curved Hinges" are found 
to be in Section 37. Section 37 is "Door Fixtures" and 
consists of several pages. Turn rapidly through the catalog 
and locate §37 in exactly the same manner as a page 
would be located. The first page of §37 might be first 
encountered. A glance at the page would not disclose the 
presence of the desired article. Turn rapidly through the 
pages of §37, glancing at each page, and upon turning a leaf 
or two, tho illustration of Curved Hinges will be quickly 
seen. If any difficulty is encountered in locating an article, 
refer to the General Outline, which shows the articles in their 
exact consecutive order, or to the Alphabetical Index. 

ARRANGEMENT. — In compiling this catalog, we have 
endeavored not only to group kindred articles to the fullest 
degree expedient, but also to arrange the various groups in 
their natural consecutive order. 

The logical character of the grouping of articles, and the 
natural order in which the groups or sections succeed one 
another, should shortly lead to easy familiarity with the 
catalog, and enable the ready location of any article and 
consequent obviating of reference either to the Alphabetical 
Index or to the General Outline. 

THE GENERAL OUTLINE or TABLE OF CONTENTS 
is virtually a "bird's eye view" of or key to the catalog. 
A familiarity with the General Outline, and consequently 
HI 



witn the structure and classification of the catalog, will 
enable the "quick-finding" of nearly any article without 

reference to the Alphabetical Index. 

A LPHABETICAL INDEX.— We have ,«ross-indexed the 
catalog under all regular nameB. Proper names of manu- 
facturers or patent trade words are not usually indexed, but 
exceptions to this rule have been made in cases where such 
proper names or trade words are very commonly used. 

Where words are repeatod, the next succeeding line is 
set, in for the first omitted word and dittoed for the suc- 
ce eding omitted words. 

Key Words are arranged in alphabetical order relative to 
one another, the same rule applying to the groups of words 
subordinate to each key word. 

LISTS — Lists are used primarily for the purpose of show- 
ing comparative values, manufacturers' lists being used as 
far as practicable. 

ORDERING. — Order by catalog number and give sizes 
and full description, thus avoiding the possibility of error 
and consequent delay. Don't expect us to guess at what you 
should specify. Always use the terms as given in the catalog. 

PRICES. — We issue no Discount Sheet, owing to the con- 
stant change of prices, but will be pleased to give all in- 
quiries our immediate attention. All prices are subject to 
change without notice. 

MAIL ORDERS. — Mail orders will at all times reecive our 
special attention and will be filled promptly at lowest market 
prices. 

STATEMENTS.— On the first of every month we render 
statements of accounts, for the purpose of comparison with 
bills and receipts. Errors and discrepancies should be re- 
ported imemdiately. 

REMITTANCES. — Please make remittances by check or 
draft, exchange prepaid, by money order, or in U. S. Gold 
Coin or currency, expressage prepaid. 

CLAIMS-— Claims for errors and defects must be filed 
within 15 days from date of invoice. We will not be re- 
sponsible for issuance of credit memorandums for returned 
goods, errors, defects, etc., unless customer holds a Mer- 
chandise Receipt, which will be issued by the department 
receiving returned goods or authorizing allowance for errors, 
defects, etc. In case Merchandise Receipt is not received, 
request one without delay. The careful preservation of your 
original Merchandise Receipt is necessary in order to enable 
you to prove your claim, in case we fail to issue a Credit 
Memorandum against your Merchandise Receipt. 

Our goods are examined and securely packed by experi- 
enced packers, and are shipped at risk of purchaser or con-' 
signee. We furnish, with all shipments, the carriers' receipt, 
showing acceptance of merchandise in good order. In case 
of loss or damage, your recourse is to the carrier. 

GENERAL INFORMATION CONCERNING CATA- 
LOGED ARTICLES.— We have prefaced each Subdivision 
of the Catalog with information concerning articles cata- 
loged therein. This feature will naturally prove of minor . 
importance to a considerable percentage of the users of the 
catalog. It will, however, prove of value as a method of in- 
terpretation to persons, technically unfamiliar with the line, 
through whom orders pass. It will also prove valuab! 
beginners and apprentices, and will serve, in many other in- 
stances, as the source from which exact definitions ma- 
obtained. 










WATERHDU5ESLE5TER CD. 11 5AN FRANCI5CD, CALIF. 



CATALOG NO. 10 

This Catalog, No. 9. represents but a part of our line. 

Catalog No. 10. which will consist of several hundred pages, will 
be published at the earliest date consistent vwtli careful compiling, 
and will represent our full line, as follows: — ■ 

Vehicle Trimmings, etc. (The matter contained in Catalog No. 9.) 

Vehicle Hardware, Gear and Body Parts. 

Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Rivets. Screws, etc. 

Blacksmiths' and Wagonmakers' Tools and Machines. 

Electric Motors and Gas Engines. 

Line Shafting, Pulleys, Belting, etc. 

Farriers' Supplies and Tools. 

Iron, Steel, Chain, Coal, etc. 

Wagon Hardwoods, and Hardwood Lumber. 



WATER HDU5E &LE5TER ED. 




5AN FRANEI5ED.EALIF. 



*GENERAL OUTLINE 



Table of Contents 



Slip Linings 



S i 



! 2 



Bedford Cords 
Corduroy 



Curtain Silks 



§ 6 



§ 7 



CLOTHS, FABRICS AND LEATHERS 

AUTO FABRICS 

Top Coverings 

ENAMELED CLOTHS 

Ducks Leather Cloth 

Drills Imitation Dash Leather 

Muslins 

RUBBER CLOTHS S3 

Ducks Harral and Major Cloth 

Drills Apron Materials 

ARTIFICIAL LEATHERS 8 4 

Chase Leather Moroccoline 

Imitation Spanish Leather Keratol Top Leather 

NATURAL LEATHERS ^ § 5 

Hand Buffed Splits 

Machine Buffed Gimps 

Deep Buffed Harness Leather 

CARRIAGE CLOTHS 

Cotton 
Woolen 
Whipcords 

MOROCCOS, SATINS AND SILKS. 
Morocco Skins 
French Satins 

COTTON DUCK, TARPAULIK 
White and Tan Duck 
Tarpaulin 

CARPETS, MATS AND 
Plain Carpet 
Figured Carpet 
Tapestry Carpet 
Oil Carpet 

MAJOR TOP ACCESSORIES 

VEHICLE BOWS 810 

Buggy Bows Wagon Bows 

Automobile Bows Top Woods 

SLAT IRONS §11 

Buggy Automobile 

BOW SOCKETS §12 

Buggy Bow Socket Tubes 

Automobile Bow Socket Rivets 

BOW SEPARATORS 

TOP BRACES, JOINTS AND ENDS 

Top Braces Joint Ends 

Concealed Joints Joint Rivets 

Stump Joints Joint Washers 

SHIFTING RAILS AND EXTRAS 

Shifting Rails Back Standards 

Arm Rails Rail Attachments 

TOP PROPS 

TOP PROP NUTS, RIVETS, WASHERS, ETC 

Nuts and Rivets Bow Rest Rubber 

Nut Locks and Washers 

BOW RESTS AND WASHERS 

VALANCES, BACK STAYS, ETC $19 

Valances and Tools Top Levers 

Back Stays 



CANOPY TOP IRONS. 
Standards 
Sockets 



Offsets 



AND MUSLIN § 8 

Unbleached Muslin 
Checked Gingham 

M :TING § 9 

Cocoa Mats 
Rubber Matting 
Rubber Mats 



§13 
114 



§15 



§16 

§17 



§18 



MINOR TOP ACCESSORIES 

CARRIAGE KNOBS 

KNOB EYELETS AND CURTAIN PATCHES 

CURTAIN FASTENERS, TOOLS AND, HOOKS 

BUCKLE AND STRAP LOOPS; LOOPS AND STRAPS 
CURTAIN LIGHTS 



§20 



§21 
§22 

§23 
§24 



TOPS, SUN SHADES, CUSHIONS, ETC. 

TOPS— 

Buggy Tops §26 

Extension Tops §27 

Canopy Tops §28 

CANOPIES AND UMBRELLAS §29 

SUN-SHADES, STORM APRONS AND DUST HOODS §30 

SEAT CUSHIONS §31 

SEAT BACKS §32 

COACH TRIMMINGS, HARDWARE AND 
ACCESSORIES 

FRINGE §a:t 

FANCY INSIDE TRIMMINGS §34 

Tasesls, Frogs, Etc. 

Cords and Guard Strings 

Eyelets and Finishing Nails 

Broad, Seaming and Pasting Laces 



CURTAIN ROLLERS AND 

Curtain Rollers 

Cord Holders 

Cord Runners 
WINDOW FIXTURES, ETC. 

Lace Plates 

Lifts and Rests 

Fasteners 

Lace Slides 

Springs 

DOOR FIXTURES 

Door Stops 
Dovetails 
Sill Plates 
Flappers 

LOCKS, ETC 

Spring 
Box 
Mortise 
Top Lever 
Tonneau Door 



ACCESSORIES 

Hooks and Eyes 
Curtain Cord 



Anti-Rattlers 
Screw Knobs 
Ventilating Knobs 
Head Screws 
Plated Screws 



§35 



§36 



§37 



Concealed Hinges 
Straight Hinges 
Curved Hinges 
Back Flap Hinges 



§38 



Delivery Wagon 
Hearse Door 
Hearse Door Springs 
Concealed Key Holes 
Lever Lock Strikers 



LANDAU FIXTURES §39 

CLUB HANDLES §40 

DROP HANDLES §41 

INSIDE AND LEVER LOCK HANDLES §42 

MISCELLANEOUS VEHICLE HANDLES §43 

Tonneau Side Wagon 

Foot Board Handle Nuts and Washers 

FASTENERS AND LOOPS 

Landau Top Fasteners Kicking Strap Loops 

Tailboard Fasteners Top Stay Snaps 

Footman Loops Auto Snap Loops 

Cushion Strap Loops 



i" and "The General Outline^' in INTRODUCTION .VXD EXPLAK 
method 

For additions and 1!. 






WATERHL1LI5E &LE5TER ED, 




BAN FRANEI5CD. CALIF. 



General Outline— Continued 



CARRIAGE AND AUTO MOLDING §45 

CARRIAGE AND LIMOUSINE ACCESSORIES §46 

Toilet Cases Lunch Baskets 

Card Cases Rote Rails 

Ash Trays Foot Rests 

Hand Mirrors Speaking Tubes 

Carriage Heaters Parasol and Unibrella Holder! 

Wheel Guards Umbrella and Floor Drainers 
BELLS, GONGS AND PULLS §47 

BODY ACCESSORIES 

DASHES 548 

DASH ACCESSORIES §49 

Dash Molding 

Dash Feet 

Dash and Fender Bolts 

Apron Fasteners, Rings and Hooks 

DASH RAILS §50 

FENDERS .. §51 

Surrey Fenders Automobile Fenders 

Phaeton Fenders Fender Irons 

Seat Fenders 
BUGGY BOOTS, TOE PADS, ETC §52 

Buggy Boots Toe Carpet Fasteners 

Boot Rubbers Toe Pads 

Boot Springs 

WHIP SOCKETS— 

Metal 553 

Wood §54 

Leather Covered . '. §55 

WHIP SOCKET FASTENERS AND REIN HOLDERS §56 
Fasteners Rein Hooks 

Rein Holders 

LAMPS— 

Carriage §57 

Hearse §57 

Stage §57 

Driving §58 

LAMP ACCESSORIES §59 

Candles Burners 

Anti-Candles Finger Irons 

SHAFT AND POLE TRIMMINGS 

SHAFT TIPS §60 

SHAFT SOCKET ENDS §60 

POLE TIPS §61 

POLE CRABS §62 

WHIFFLETREE ACCESSORIES, ETC §63 

Tips Trace Posts 

Shaft Tug Stops Trace Attachments 

Shaft Stops 

NECKYOKE ACCESSORIES AND NECKYOKES. §64 

Tips Neckyokes (Finished) 

Centers 

SHAFT LEATHERS AND STRAPS §65 

ANTI-RATTLERS §66 

SUNDRY TRIMMERS' MATERIALS 

TRIMMERS' NAILS 567 

TRIMMERS' TACKS §68 

BUTTONS AND TUFTS §69 

RIVETS AND GROMMETS §70 

THREAD AND SPOOL SILK §71 

TWINE, CORD AND WAX §72 



CUSHION SPRINGS AND WOODS §73 

STIFFENING MATERIALS §74 

Buckram Strawboard 

Scrims Back Stay Paper 

Burlap Stay Webbing 

FILLING MATERIALS §75 

Excelsior Curled Hair 

Moss Wadding 

DRESSINGS, GLUE, ETC §76 

Top Dressings Harness Oil 

Harness Dressings Glue 

Edge Ink Paste 

BUCKLES §77 

RINGS, SNAPS AND LOOPS §78 

TRIMMERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES 

TRIMMERS* AWLS §79 

MISCELLANEOUS HANDLED TOOLS §80 

Claw Tools Pricking Wheels 

Ticklers Finishing Wheels 

Creasers Screw Drivers 

Edge Tools 

TRIMMERS' HAMMERS §81 

TRIMMERS' KNIVES §82 

Square Point Knives Head Knives 

Cap Knives Draw Gauges 

Round Knives Strap Shaves 

CUTTERS AND PUNCHES §83 

Washer Cutters Miscellaneous Punches 

Shears 

MISCELLANEOUS TRIMMERS' TOOLS §84 

Slickers Knob Wrenches 

Compasses Eyelet Punches 

Plyers Nut and Collar Wrenches 

Pincers Stuffers 

Nippers Rules 

Rivet Sets Tapes 

Grommet Dies Auxilliary Tools 

TRIMMERS' NEEDLES §85 

CLAMPS AND VISES §86 

TRIMMERS' MACHINES §87 

Creasing Machines Stiching Horsess 

Splitting Machines Sewing Machines 

Button Machines Dash Machines 

Rounders Hair Pickers 

SUNDRY SUPPLIES 

VARNISHES §88 

COACH COLORS §89 

PAINTS AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES §90 

Prepared Paints Pumice Stone 

Lamp Black Rubbing Brick 

White Lead Brush Keepers 

Chamois Skins Paint Presses 

Sponges Sand Paper 

BRUSHES §91 

Paint and Varnish 
AXLE WASHERS §92 

LUBRICANTS §93 

Axle Oils and Grease 

PLATED HUB BANDS §94 

MISCELLANEOUS §95 

ADDITIONS AND REVISIONS §96 



WATER HDU5E &LE5TER CD. 




5AN FRANCI5CD, CALIF. 



^ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



ACOENS. Curtain 34 

ADVERTISING Umbrellas 29 

ANTI-CANDLES 59 

ANTI -RATTLES Rubber 66 

ANTI-RATTLERS, Shaft 66 

Window 36 

APRON Cloth S 

Fasteners 49 

Hooks 49 

Rings 49 

APRONS, Storm : 30 

ARM RAIL Sockets 15 

ABM RAILS 15 

ARTIFICIAL Leathers 4 

ASH TRAYS 46 

ATTACHMENTS, Shifting Rail. ... 15 

Trace 63 

AUTO FABRICS 1 

AUTOMOBILE Bows 10 

AUTOMOBILE Bow Separators 13 

Bow Sockets 12 

' ' Socket Tubes 12 

Curtain Fasteners 23 

Door Locks 38 

Fabrics 1 

Fenders 51 

Molding 45 

Shifting Ralls 15 

Snap Loops 44 

Top Stay Snaps 44 

AWL Blades 79 

Hafts 79, 80 

AWLS, Pad 79 

AXLE Felts 92 

Grease 93 

Oils 93 

Washers 92 



B 



§ 

BACK Springs 73 

Standards 15 

Stays 

BACK-FLAP Hinges 

BACKSTAY Paper 



•. . 19 

37 

74 

BACKS, Lazy 32 

Seat 32 

BAG Punches 83 

BAIR Bow Separators 13 

BAND NAILS, Hub 94 

BANDS, Plated Hub 94 

BASKETS, Lunch 46 

BEDFORD CORD 6 

BEESWAX 72 

BELL Pulls 47 

BELLS 47 

BITS 84 

BLADES, Awl 79 

BODY Molding 45 

BOLT Clippers 84 

BOLTS, Carriage 95 

Dash 49 

Fender 49 

Machine 95 

Shifting Rail 15 

BOOT Hooks 49 

Rubbers 52 

Springs 52 

BOOTS, Buggy 52 

BOW Separators 13 

Socket Rivets 12 

' ' Tubes 12 

Sockets 12 



§ 

BOW REST Rubber 17 

Washers 18 

BOW RESTS 18 

BOWS, Automobile 10 

Buggy 10 

Truck 10 

Wagou 10 

BOX Locks 38 

BRACES, Ratchet 84 

Top 14 

BRADS, Wire 95 

BRASS Escutcheon Pins 67 

Nails 67 

Screws 36 

BRICK, Rubbing 90 

BROAD Laces 34 

BRUSHES, Edge Ink 95 

Paint 91 

Varnish 91 

BRUSH Keepers 90 

BUCKLE Loops 24 

BUCKLES, Harness 77 

Skate or Shoe 77 

BUCKRAM 74 

BUGGY Boots 52 

Bows 10 

Tops 26 

BURLAP 74 

BURNERS, Lamp 59 

BUTTON Machines 87 

Tufts 69 

BUTTON HOLES, Elastic 22 

BUTTONS, Clinch 69 

Tufting 69 

c § 

CANDLES, Anti 59 

Coach 59 

CANOPIES 29 

CANOPY Standard Ends 20 

' ' Irons 20 

' ' Offsets 20 

Standards "20 

Top Curtain Fasteners 23, 24 

' ' Hooks 23 

' ' Woods 10 

Tops 28 

CANVAS (Cotton Duck) 8 

CAP Knives 82 

CARD Cases 46 

CARPETS, Figured 9 

Oil 9 

Plain 9 

Tapestry 9 

CARRIAGE Cloths 6 

Door Molding 45 

Fringes 33 

Heaters 46 

Knobs 21 

Lamps 57 

Sun-Shades, Adjustable 30 

CASES, Card 46 

Toilet 46 

CATELY'S Top Lever 19 

CELLULOID, Transparent Sheet. . . 25 

CENTERS, Neckyoke 64 

CHAIN, Tailboard Foot 44 

CHALK, French 95 

CHAMOIS Skins 90 

CHASE Leather 4 

CHECK Loops 78 

CHISELS 84 



CLAMPING TOOLS, Valance. . . .19, 86 

CLAMPS, Dash 86 

Screw 86 

CLAW Tools 80 

CLINCH Buttons 69 

Button Washers 69 

CLIPS, Shifting Rail 15 

Trimmers ' 86 

CLOTH, Apron 3 

Carriage 6 

Enameled 2 

Framing 6 

Harrall 3 

Heath's Leather 2 

Major 3 

Rubber 3 

CLUB Handles 40 

COACH Candles 59 

Colors 89 

Door Locks 38 

Hinges 37 

Joint Rivets 14 

' ' Washers 14 



COCOA Mats. 



9 



COLD CHISELS 84 

COLLAR Needles 85 

COLORS, Coach 89 

Striping 89 

COMPASSES, Patent Leather 84 

Saddlers 84 

CONCEALED Hinges 37 

Joints 14 

Keyholes 38 

CONCORD Stage Lamps 57 

Staples and Keys 21 

CORD, Curtain_ 34, 35 

Hat-Rack 34 

Seaming 72 

CORD Holders, Curtain 35 

Runners, Curtain 35 

CORDUROY 6 

COTTON Drill 6 

Thread 71 

COTTON DUCK, Tan 8 

White 8 

COUNTERSINKS 84 

COVERINGS, Top 1 

CRABS, Pole 62 

CRAYONS, Blue 95 

White 95 

CREASERS 80 

CREASING Machines 87 

CUP HOOKS. Brass 23 

CURLED Hair 75 

CURTAIN Acorns . . .-. 34 

Cord 34, 35 

' ' Holders 35 

' ' Runners 35 ' 

Fastener Punches 23 

Tools 23 

Fasteners 23 

Fasteners, Canopy Top 24 

Glove Button 23 

Hooks 35 

Lights 25 

Patches 22 

Pulls 34 

Roller Extras 35 

Supports 35 

Rollers 35 

Screw Eyes 35 

Silks 



i .'graphs:— "Numbering Systom" and "Alphabetical Index" in INTRODUCTION AND EXPLANATION for 
method of use. 

For Additions and Revisions see § (Section"* 90. 



WATERHDU5E&LE5TER CO. 




5AN FRANCI5CQ, CALIF. 



*ALPHABETICAL INDEX- Continued 



Strap Loops 24 

Straps 24 

Tassels 31 

CURVED Hinges 37 

CUSHION Springs 73 

Strap Loops 11 

Woods 73 

CUSHIONS, Seat 31 

CUTTERS, Washer 83 



DASH Accessories 19 

Bolts 19 

Feet 19 

Leather 5 

Leather, Imitation 2 

Machines 87 

Molding 19 

Pocket Aprons 30 

' ' Fasteners 19 

Rails 50 

DASHES 18 

DELIVERY WAGON Locks 38 

DICKERSON Eyelets 22 

DIES, Gronmiet 70, 81 

DOOR Fixtures 37 

Locks 38 

Molding 45 

Stops 37 

DOVETAILS 37 

DRAINERS, Umbrella 46 

Floor . . r 46 

DRAW Gauges 82 

Knives 81 

DRESSINGS, Harness 76 

Top 76 

DRILLS, Colored Cotton 6 

Enameled 2 

Rubber 2 

DRILLS. Bit Stock 81 

DRIVING Lamps 58 

DROP Handles 41 

DUCKS, Cotton 8 

Enameled 2 

Heath's Enameled 2 

' ' Rubber 3 

Rubber 3 

DUST Hoods 30 

DUSTERS. Feather 95 

Painters' 91 



FABRICS, Auto 



E § 

EDGE Ink 76 

Tool": 80 

ELASTIC Button Holes. Takott's. . 22 

ENAMELED Cloths 2 

Drills 2 

Ducks 2 

Muslins 2 

ENDS, Canopy Stam rd 20 

Shaft Socket 60 

ENGLISH Moleskin o 

ESCUTCHEON Pins 67 

EXCELSIOR 75 

EXTENSION Top Braces 

Tops 27 

EYELETS, Knob 22 

Lace SI 

Silk 31 



1 

FASTENERS, Apron 49 

Automobile Curtain 23 

Canopy Top Curtain 23 

Curtain 23 

Dash Pocket 49 

Glass Frame 36 

Glove Button 23 

Landau Top 44 

Patent Button Needle 85 

Tailboard 41 

Toe Carpet 52 

Whip Socket 56 

FEET, Dash 19 

FELTS, Axle 92 

' FENDER IRONS, Seat 51 

FENDERS, Automobile 51 

Phaeton 51 

Seat 51 

Surrey 51 

FILES 84 

FINGER IRONS, Lamp 59 

FINISHED Neckyokes 61 

FINISHERS, Molding 15 

FINISHING Nails 31 

Wheels 80 

FIXTURES, Door 37 

Landau 39 

Window 36 

FLAPPERS, Landau 37 

FLEXIBLE Glass 25 

FLOOR Drainers 16 

FOOT Rests 16 

Warmers 46 

FOOT-BOARD Handles 13 

Molding 45 

FOOT CHAIN, Tailboard 11 

FOOTMAN Loops 11 

FRAME Fasteners, Glass 36 

Lifts, Glass 36 

Plates, Glass 36 

Rests, Glass 36 

FRAMES, Spring 73 

FRAMING Cloth -. . 6 

FRINGE 33 

FROGS 31 

GIMP Tacks 68 

GIMPS, Leather 5 

GINGHAM 8 

GLASS. Flexible 25 

GLASS SUckers 84 

GLASS .FRAME Fasteners 36 

Lifts 36 

Molding 15 

Plates . .. „ 36 

Rests 36 

GLOVE Eutton Fasteners 23 

GLOVERS' Needles 85 

GLUE, Dry 76 

Liquid .' ' 76 

GONGS . 47 

GOOSE-NECKS 15 

GREASE, Axle 93 

GROMMET Dies 70, 84 

Sets 70, 84 

GROMMETS 70 

GUARD Strings 31 

GUARDS, Panel 52 



H 

HACK-SAW Blades 

Frames 

HAFTS, Awl /. 

HAIR, Curled 

HAIR Pickers 

HAMMERS, Nail 

Riveting 

Trimmers' 

Upholsterers 

HAND Mirrors 

HANDLE Nuts 

HANDLES, Club Door! 

Drop Door 

Footboard 

Inside Door 

Lever Lock 

Pull-To ; 

Tonneau Side 

Wagon 

HARNESS Awl Blades. 

Buckles 

Dressings 

Leather 

Needles 

Oils 

Rings 

HARRAL CLOTH 



.79. 



HEAD Knives 

Linings 

Screws, Celluloid 

HEARSE Lamps 

HEARSE DOOR Locks 

Springs 

HEATERS, Carriage 

HEATH'S Enameled Duck. 

Leather Cloth 

Rubber Duck 

HIDES, Leather 



HIGGIN'S Adj. Fasteners 

HINGES, Back Flap 

Coach 

Concealed 

Curved 

Straight 

HOLDEN'S Adj. Storm Aprons. 
HOLDER Tassels 



HOLDERS, Curtain Cord. 

Parasol 

Rein 

Umbrella 

HOODS, Dust 



HOOKS, Apron 

Boot 

Canopy Top 

Cup 

Curtain 

Rein 

HUB BAND Nails . . . 
HUB BANDS, Plated.. 



81 
81 
80 
75 
87 
81 
81 
81 
81 
46 
13 
13 
10 
11 
13 
12 
12 
12 
43 
13 
79 
77 



78 
3 



36 
57 
38 
38 
16 
2 
2 
3 
5 
23 
37 
37 
37 
37 
37 
30 
31 
35 
16 
56 
16 
30 
19 
49 
23 
23 
35 
56 
94 
94 



IMMITATION Dash Leather 2 

Spanish Leather 4 

Stitch Molding 15 

INK, Edge 76 

INSIDE Handles , 42 

. Handle Nuts and Washers 43 

IRONS, Canopy Top 20 

, Paragraphs:-" Numb em >' and "Alphabetical Index" in INTRODUCTION -AND EXPLANATION for 

Fur Additions and Revis 



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* ALPHABETICAL INDEX Continued 



JOINT Ends . 
JOINTS, Concealed 




. 14 
. . 14 


Stump 
Top 




14 
. . li 



K § 

KERATOL Top Leather 4 

KEYHOLES Concealed 38 

KEYS, Concord 21 

KICKING STRAP Loops 44 

KNIFE Strops 84 

KNIVES, Trimmers ' 82 

KNOB Eyelet Punches 23, 84 

Eyelets 22 

KNOBS, Carriage 21 

Celluloid Screw 36 

Ventilating 36 

L § 

LACE Eyelets 34 

Frogs 34 

Plates 36 

LACES, Broad 34 

Pasting 34 

.... Seaming 34 

LAMP Accessories 59 

Black 90 

Burners 59 

x Finger Irons 59 

LAMPS, Carriage 57 

Driving 58 

Hearse 57 

Stage 57 

LANDAU Fixtures 39 

Flappers 37 

Top Fasteners 44 

LAZY BACKS 32 

LEAD, White 90 

LEATHER, Artificial 4 

Beeswing 5 

Binding or Tipping 5 

Bow or Railing 5 

Breeching 5 

Caleche 5 

Chaso 4 

Collar 5 

Dash 5 

Fancy Trimming 5 

Harness 5 

Imitation Dash 2 

' ' Spanish 4 

Keratol Top 4 

Landau 5 

Moroccoline 4 

Natural 5 

Railing or Bow 5 

Shaft 65 

Tipping or Binding 5 

Top 4, 5 

Victoria 5 

LEATHER Cloth, Heath's 2 

Gimps 5 

LEVELS 84 

LEVER-LOCK Handles 42 

Strikers 38 

LEVER Locks 38 

LEVERS, Catley's Top 19 

LIFTS, Glass Frame 36 

LIGHTS, Curtain 25 

LIGNUMVITAE Slickers 84 

LIMOUSINE Accessories 46 



LINEN Thread VI 

LINING Nails 67 

LININGS, Head 6 

Slip 1 

LOCKER Molding 45 

LOCKS, Automobile Door 38 

Box or Mortise 38 

Carriage Door 38 

Coach Door 38 

Delivery Wagon 38 

Hearse Door 38 

Spring 38 

Tailboard Box 38 

Tonneau Door 38 

Top Lever 38 

Undertakers' Wagon 38 

LOOPS, Auto Snap 44 

Buckle 24 

Check 78 

Cushion Strap 44 

Footman 44 

Kicking Strap 44 

Safety 78 

Snap 44,. 78 

Strap 24 

LUBRICANTS, Axle 93 

LUNCH Baskets 46 

M § 

MACHINES, Button 87 

Creasing 87 

Dash 87 

Pony Riveting 70 

Sewing 87 

Splitting 87 

MACKINTOSHED Materials 1 

MAGNETS 95 

MAJOR CLOTH 3 

MALLETS, Fibre Head 81 

MATS, Cocoa 9 

Rubber 9 

MATTING, Rubber 9 

MILK WAGON Handles 43 

MIRRORS, Hand 46 

MOLDING, Automobile 45 

Body 45 

Dash 49 

Footboard 45, 96 

Glass Frame 45 

Imitation Stitch 45 

Locker 45 

Rattan 45 

Rubber Mat 45 

Vehicle Door 45 

MOLDING Finishers 45 

MOLESKIN, English 2 

MOROCCOLINE 4 

MOROCCOS 7 

MORTISE Locks 38 

MOSS 75 

MUSLIN, Enameled 2 

Unbleached 8 

N § 

NAILS, Brass 67 

Finishing 34 

Hub Band 94 

Lining 67 

Name Plate 94 

Saddle 67 

Spring Strip 95 

Trimmers' 67 

Wire 95 



NAME PLATE Nails 94 

NATURAL Leathers 5 

NECK YOKE Centers 64 

Tips 64 

NECK YOKES, Finished 64 

NEEDLES, Collar 85 

Glovers' 85 

Harness 85 

Patent Button 85 

Tufting 85 

NIPPERS, Cutting 84 

NUT LOCKS, Top Prop 17 

NUTS, Inside Handle 43 

Top Prop 17 

o § 

OFFSETS, Canopy Standard 20 

OIL. Axle 93 

HarnesT 76 

OIL Carpets .' 9 

Stones 84 

P § 

PAD Awls 79 

PADS, Toe 52 

PAINT Brushes 91 

Presses 90 

PAINTERS' Dusters 91 

Supplies 90 

PAINTS. Prepared 90 

PANEL Guards 52 

PAPER. Back Stay 74 

Sand 90 

PARASOL Holders 46 

PASTE, Trimmers' 76 

PASTING Laces 34 

PATCHES, Curtain 22 

PATENT Button Needles 85 

Button Needle Fasteners 85 

Leather Compasses 84 

' ' Tools 80 

Nut Locks, Pike's 17 

PENCILS, Carpenters' 95 

PERFECTION Curtain Lights 25 

Trace Holders 96 

PHAETON Fenders 51 

PICKERS, Hair 87 

PIKE'S Patent Nut Locks 17 

PINCERS 84 

PINS 95 

PINS, Escutcheon 67 

PIVOT Springs 73 

PLATED Hub Bands 94 

Screws 36 

PLATES. Glrss Frame or Lace 36 

Sill 37 

PLYERS Saddlers' 84 

Universal 84 

POCKET Aprons, Dash 30 

POLE. Crabs 62 

Tips 61 

POSTS, Trace 63 

PRICK Punches 83 

PRICKING Carriages 80 

Wheels 80 

PROP-BLOCK Rubber 17 

Washers 18 

PROP Blocks 18 

PROPS, Top 16 

PULLS, Bell 47 

Curtain 34 

PULL-TO Handles 42 



Numbering System" ami "Alphabetical Index" in INTRODUCTION AND EXPLANATION for 
method of ■ 

For Addi Revisions tion") 96. 



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*ALPHABETICAL INDEX— Continued 



PUMICE Stone 90 

PUNCHES, Bag 83 

Curtain Fastener 23 

Knob Eyelet 23, 84 

Prick 83 

Revolving 83 

Round 83 

Solid 83 

Trace i 83 



Q 

QUICK SHIFTEES. 



66 



R § 

RAILS, Arm 15 

Dash 50 

Robe 16 

Shifting 15 

RASPS 84 

RATTAN Molding 45 

Saddle Reeds 45 

REAMERS 84 

REIN Holders 56 

Hooks 56 

RESTS, Bow 18 

Foot 46 

Glass Frame 36 

Top Prop 18 

REVOLVING Punches 83 

RINGS, Apron .49 

Harness 78 

RIVET Sets 84 

RIVETING Hammers 81 

Machines 70 

RIVETS AND BURRS, Copper 70 

RIVETS, Bow Socket 12 

Coach Joint 14 

Top Prop 16 

Tubular 70 

ROBE Rails 46 

ROLLERS, Curtain 35 

ROLL-UP Straps 24 

ROUND Knives 82 

Punches 83 

ROUNDERS 87 

RUBBER, Anti-Rattler 66 

Bow Rest 17 

Prop Block 17 

Top Prop 17 

RUBBER Apron Cloths 3 

Cloths 3 

Drills 3 

Ducks 3 

Head Tacks 36 

Mat Molding 45 

Mats 9 

Matting 9 

RUBBERS, Boot 52 

RUBBING Brick 90 

RULES, Saddlers' 84 

RUNNING BOARD Molding 45. 96 

RUNNERS, Curtain Cord 35 

s § 

SADDLE Nails G7 

SADDLERS' Awl Blades 79 

Compasses sj 

Pincers 84 

Plyers 84 

Rules 84 

SAFETY Loops 78 



SAND Paper 90 

SATINS 7 

SAWS 84 

SCREW Clamps 86 

Drivers 80 

Eyes. Curtain 22, 23 

Bright Wire 23 

Knobs, Celluloid 36 

Knob Wrenches 84 

SCREWS, Brass 36 

Celluloid 36 

Iron 36 

Plated 36 

SCRIMS 74 

SEAMING Cord 72 

Laces 34 

SEAT Backs 32 

Cushions 31 

Fender Irons 51 

Fenders 51 

SEATS, Third 31 

SEPARATORS, Bow 13 

SETS, Grommet 70,84 

Rivet 84 

SEWING Machines 87 

SHAFT Leathers 65 

Socket Ends 60 

Stops 63 

Straps 65 

Tips 60 

Tug Stops 63 

SHAVES, Strap 82 

SHEARS, Bent Trimmers' 83 

SHIFTING Rails 15 

SHIFTING RAIL Attachments 15 

Clips and Bolts 15 

SHOE BUCKLES 77 

SHOEMAKERS' Wax 72 

SILK Eyelets 34 

SILK, Curtain 7 

Spool 71 

SILL Plates 37 

SKATE Buckles 77 

SKINS, Chamois 90 

Morocco 7 

SLAT Irons 11 

SLATS. Wagon Top 10 

SLICKERS, Glass 84 

Lignumvitae 84 

SLIDES, Window Lace 36 

SLIP Linings 1 

SNAP Loops, Auto 44, 78 

SNAPS, Auto Top Stay 44 

Loop Eye 78 

SOAPSTONE 95 

SOCKET ENDS, Shaft 60 

SOCKETS, Arm Rail 15 

Bow 12 

Canopy Top 20 

SPANISH LEATHER, Imitation. . . 4 

SPEAKING Tubes 46 

SPLITTING Machines 87 

SPONGES 90 

SPOOL Silk 71 

SPREADERS, Bow 13 

SPRING Frames. 73 

Locks ' 38 

Strips, "Twentieth Century" 73 

Twine 72 

SPRING BUFFER Straps 65 

SPRINGS, Back 73 

Boot 52 

Cushion 73 



Hearse Door 38 

Pivot 73 

Seat 73 

Window 36 

SQUARE POINT Knives 82 

SQUARES 84 

STAGE Lamps, Concord 57 

STANDARDS, Back 15 

STAY Webbing 74 

STAYS, Back 19 

STITCHING HORSES. 87 

STONE, Pumice 90 

STOPS, Door 37 

Shaft 63 

Tug 63 

STORM Aprons 30 

STRAP Shaves 82 

STRAP LOOPS 24 

STRAP LOOPS, Cushion 44 

" Kicking 44 

STRAPS, Curtain 24 

Evener 65 

Roll-Up 24 

Shaft 65 

Spring Buffer 65 

STRAWBOARD 74 

STRIKERS, Lever Lock 38 

STRIPING Brushes 91 

Colors 89 

STRIPS. Window 36 

STUFFERS 84 

STUMP JOINTS 14 

SUN-SHADE Extras 30 

SUN SHADES, Adj. Carriage 30 

Wagon 30 

SUPPORTS, Curtain Roller 35 

SURREY Fenders 51 



TACKS, Cloth Covered 68 

Gimp 68 

Laco 68 

Leather Covered 68 

Milonite 68 

Rubber Head 36 

Trimmers' 68 

TAILBOARD Box Locks 38 

Fasteners 44 

Foot Chains 44 

TAPES, Steel Pocket 84 

TAPS, DIES AND HOLDERS 84 

TARPAULIN 8 

TASSELS, Curtain" 34 

Holder 34 

THIRD SEATS 31 

THREAD, Cotton 71 

Linen 71 

Silk 71 

TICKLERS •. 80 

TIPS, Neckyoke 64 

Pole 61 

Shaft 60 

Whiffletree 63 

TOE Pads 52 

TOE CARPET Fasteners 52 

TOILET Cases 46 

TONNEAU Door Locks 38 

Side Handles 43 

TOOLS, Claw 43 

Curtain Fastener 23 

Edge 80 

Patent Leather 80 



'See -Paragraphs:— "S . u" and "Alphabetical Index" in INTRODUCTION AND EXPLANATION for 

method of use. 

Fur Additions and Revisions sec § (Section) 96. 



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TOP Braces 14 

Coverings 1 

Dressings 76 

Fasteners, Landau 41 

Joints 14 

Leather 4 

Lever Locks 38 

Levers, Catley's 19 

Linings 1 

Prop Nut Locks 17 

" Wrenches 84 

'• .Nuts 17 

" .Bests 18 

' ' Ki vet s 17 

' ' Rubber 17 

' ' Washers 17 

Props 16 

TOPS, Buggy 26 

Canopy 28 

Express 28 

Extension 27 

TOP STAY Snaps, Auto 44 

TRACE Attachments " 63, 96 

Holders 63, 96 

Posts 63 

Punches 83 

TBAYS, Ash 46 

TRIMMERS' Clips 86 

Hammers 81 

Nails 67 

Paste 76 

Tacks 68 

Vises 86 

TRIMMING Leather 5 

TRIMMINGS, Fancy Inside 34 

TRUCK Bows 10 



§ 

TRY-SQUARES 84 

TUBES, Bow Socket 12 

Speaking 46 

Water 46 

TUBULAR Rivets 70 

TUFTING Buttons 69 

Needles 85 

Twine 72 

TUFTS, Button 69 

Hand Made 69 

TUG STOPS, Shaft 63 

TWINE, Spring 72 

Tufting 72 

u § 

UMBRELLA Drainers 46 

Holders 46 

UMBRELLAS 29 

UNDERTAKERS' WAGON Locks. . 38 
UPHOLSTERERS' Hammers 81 

v § 

VALANCE Clamping Tools 19, 86 

VALANCES 19 

VARNISH Brushes 91 

VARNISHES 88 

VENTILATING Knobs 36 

VISES, Trimmers' '86 

W § 

WADDING 75 

WAGON Bows 10 

Handles 43 

Sun Shades 30 

Top Slats 10 

Umbrellas 29 



WASHER Cutters 83 

WASHERS, Axle 92 

Bow Rest 18 

Clinch Button 69 

Coach Joint 14 

Handle 43 

Top Prop 17 

WASTE, Cotton 95 

WATER Tubes 46 

WAX, Bees- 72 

Shoemakers' 72 

WEBBING, Stay 74 

WHEEL Guards 46 

WHEELS, Finishing 80 

Pricking 80 

WHIFFLETREE Tips 63 

WHIPCORDS 6 

WHIP SOCKET Fasteners 56 

WHIP SOCKETS, Leather Covered. 55 

Metal 53 

Wood 54 

WHISK BROOMS 95 

WHITE LEAD 90 

WINDOW, Anti-Rattlers 36 

Fixtures 36 

Lace Slides 36 

Springs 36 

Strips 36 

WOODS, Canopy Top 10 

Cushion 73 

WRENCHES, MisceUaneous 84 

Screw Knob 84 

Top Prop Nut 84 



•See Paragraphs:— "Numbering System" and "Alphabetical Index" in INTRODUCTION AND EXPLANATION for 
method of use. 

For Additions and Revisions see § (Section) 96. 



... — — — 



CLOTHS, FABRICS AND LEATHERS 



LININGS, 

COVERINGS, 

LEATHERS, 

and CARPETS 






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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Subdivision of "Cloths, Fabrics and Leathers" 



AUTO FABRICS arc used for Auto Top Coverings and for _ 
Slip Linings, 

MACKINTOSHED CLOTH is a fabric containing an inter- 
layer or rubber material, which renders it water-proof and 
non-temperature conducting. 

SLIP LININGS. — Auto Upholstery coverings, — serve to 
protect upholstery and also add much to appearance of 
vehicle. 

ENAMELED CLOTH. — Cotton cloth, coated one side in 
\ arious colors, and grained. Used in top, cushion and seat 
hack coverings, buggy boots, etc. 

ENGLISH MOLESKIN (enameled) is a strong twilled 
cotton fabric, cropped or shorn, (before dyeing), the resulting 
nap or pile being horizontal or flat, that is brushed down, the ' 
face enameling process being similar to that of other enameled 
cloths, the surface, however, being given a glazed finish 
similar to patent leather. 

LEATHER CLOTH. — Heavy cotton duck, one side heavily 
coated and grained, imitating enameled leather; used as a 
substitute for enameled cloth in high-class work, and in the 
tropics as a substitute for leather. 

RUBBER CLOTH. — Cotton cloth, one side rubber coated. 
With the exception of apron cloth, grained to imitate en- 
ameled leather. Used in construction of moderate price tops 
and for storm aprons and dust hoods, buggy boots, cushions, 
etc. 

HARRAL CLOTH and MAJOR CLOTH.— Rubber-coated 
wool cloths. The soft wool finish of the back of these cloths 
serves as an excellent substitute for lining of curtains, for 
canopy and buggy tops, dust hoods, ete. 

APRON MATERIALS.— A rubber cloth usually of smooth . 
finish. Used for storm aprons and automobile and other 
vehicle dust hoods. 

ARTIFICIAL LEATHER is a material, the base of which 
is a cotton fabric, and the face of which is coated and finished 
in imitation of various colored leathers. Used in upholstery 
work. 

NATURAL LEATHER is manufactured from " spread}'" 
hides of bfeef cattle aud subjected to certain processes of tan- 
ning, buffing, splitting and finishing or graining. Used in 
covering high-class tops and in upholstering. 

Carriage Leathers, necessarily being of high quality, are 
usually manufactured from the best oak tanned hides into 
various grades designated as Hand, Machine, aud Deep 
Buffed, and "Splits." 

HAND BUFFED LEATHER is leather from the surface 
of which a thin crust has been removed by hand, with the 
object in view of carefully preserving all of the natural 
characteristics of the leather. 

MACHINE BUFFED LEATHER is subjected to a similar 
process by machine, naturally less exact and discriminating. 

DEEP BUFFED LEATHER has been subjected to the 
removal of a comparatively heavy crust or buffing. 

"SPLITS" is a term applied to the center or back sec- 
tion of the hide after the portion constituting the hand or 
machine buffed leather has been removed or split from the 
hide. 

LEATHER GIMPS are manufactured from the light 
buffing or crust takeu from the natural leather. Used to give 
finish or as facings for seat backs, etc. 

HARNESS LEATHER is leather which has not been 
subjected to the buffing or splitting process. It is of dull 
black, oiled finish. Used in making straps, etc. 

CARRIAGE CLOTHS are used in top lining and iu up- 
holstering. 

COTTON DRILL is a pine cotton fabric, suitable for 
lining cheap tops, etc. 

ALL WOOL HEAD LINING is a pure wool fabric of fast 
dye, the lighter weights of which are adapted to top heafl 
lining and the heavier weights to bodv upholstering. 

DOMESTIC, ENGLISH aud SUPERFINE CLOTHS are 
all-wool fabrics of pure indigo dye and absolutely fast color, 
suitable for either head lining or body upholstering cloth, 
the heavier weights being particularly adapted to work of 
high quality. 

FRAMING CLOTH is a wool fabric used for covering . 
carriage window frames aud for interior hearse trimmings. 



WHIPCORD is a cotton or wool fabric, each weft thread 
of which" is of a mixed light and dark colored yarn, so 
twisted as to create an appearance, on the face of the fabric, 
of alternating light and dark diagonal lines. Used for 
cushion covers and falls, top lining, to cover seat backs, etc. 

BEDFORD CORD is a wool fabric, so woven as to leave 
the surface rigid in the direction of the weft, but presenting 
a firm surface as distinguished from corduroy. Used for seat 
and back covers, and seat falls. 

CORDUROY is a ribbed cotton fabric, woven with a pile 
or nap which is so cut as to leave the surface ridged iu the 
direction of the warp, thus giving a sort of rid'ged velvetine 
appearance. Used as cushion and back coverings, body 
cloths, etc. 

MOROCCO is a fine kind of leather prepared from goat 
skin. Morocco Skins have been used extensively for fine 
coach trimming and upholstering for many generations, and 
were originally imported from the Levant and the Barbary 
States, and the best grades of which are now manufactured 
in Germany and France. 

SATIN is a heavy, closely woven silk, with a glossy 
surface, the weft of which is so hidden beneath the warp, 
as to present a close and smooth finish, thus being rendered 
more capable of reflecting light rays. Chiefly manufactured 
in France and Italy. Used to a limited extent in trimming 
closed vehicles. 

COTTON DUCK is a textile fabric in which the weft 
threads pass over anil under the warp threads in a regular 
succession, thus making a very fine, strong and closely woven 
fabric. This material is used as the basal fabric of enameled 
and rubber ducks and; leather cloth. It is used in making 
heavy wagon covers and curtains, and where durable cushion 
and seat backs are desired, etc. 

COTTON DRILL is a fabric having two threads in the 
warp and three in the filling; presenting a similar diagonal 
lined or ribbed appearance as in twill, in which the weft 
threads pass over one and under two or more warp threads, 
instead of over one and under the next in regular succession, 
as in plain weaving. This material is the basal fabric of 
enameled and rubber drills. 

MUSLIN is a light weight cotton fabric of regular and 
close weave, being the basal fabric of enameled muslins, and 
usually used as a containing material for the padding on 
quarters of tops. 

GINGHAM is a cotton fabric in stripes or checks, of 
regular weave, the yarn of which is dyed before weaving, 
as distinguished from "printed" fabrics. Used for dust 
covers for vehicles when stabled. 

WILTON CARPET (so called because made originally at 
Wilton, England), is made of worsted yarn fixed in a 
foundation web of strong linen thread, the worsted, which 
alone shows on the upper surface, being drawn up in loops 
to form the pattern, the loops being so cut as to create an 
elastic velvet pile. 

TAPESTRY CARPET is manufactured similarly to Wil- 
ton Carpet, except that the loops on the face remain uncut. 

"Cut and Uncut" Tapestry Carpet differs from regular 
Tapestry Carpet in that a certain number of contiguous alter- 
nating rows are cut, producing an appearance of darker bands 
in contrast to the uncut portions. 

Carpets, when used as a vehicle floor covering, are edged 
or bound with enameled cloth, leather or imitation leather, 
end when attached are fastened by means of eyelets and 
knobs, straps or other attachments. 

OIL CARPETS are frequently used alone as vehicle floor 
coverings, but are very serviceable as a floor covering in con- 
junction with regular carriage carpets, when thus used, not 
only serving to preserve the carriage carpet, but also to 
vender the floor of the vehicle very easy of cleaning or 
wiping up. 

RUBBER MATTING is a very popular automobile floor 
covering. It is also very generally used for running board 
and step covers, the edges being usually fastened down and 
protected by angle brass molding. Makes an excellent cover- 
ing for any vehicle floor during the raiuy season and in humid 
climates. 

RUBBER MATS serve :is excellent auxiliary vehicle floor 
covering in humid climates and during the rainy season. 



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Catalog 

Nl'MHKll 

*M 101 A 

*M 102 A 
*M106B 
*M 108 B 

F331 

F332 

F33S 

P197 

F103B 

F106B 
*F206B 

M175W 

441 

C442 

C443 
*P196 

C175 

0178 

182 

C130 
*P173 
*M 102 J 
*M 131 L 
*M 115 L 
*M 156 L 
*M 220 L 
*M 200 J 
*M 205 J 
*M201L 
*M 160 M 
*W 150 S 
•W160S 



Si ITlllI.E FOR 



Pl.Y 



FACE 

Color Tk.xti-rk 



.) ( BACK ) Wir/rn 



Grain 



Top Coverings Double 
Double 
Double 
Double 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Double 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Double 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Single 
Double 



Top ( 
or Sli! 



Finish 

Dull Black Leather 

Du.ll Black Leather 

Dull Black Leather 

Dull Black Scratch 

Dull Black Scratch 

Dull Black Scratch 

Dull Black Scratch 

Dull Black Scratch 

Bright Black Scratch 

Bright Black Scratch 

Dull Black Scratch 

Dull Black Scratch 

Bright Black Long 

Bright Black Long 

Bright Black Long 

Dull Black Small Peb. 

Dull Dk. Maroon Pebble 

Dull Lt. Maroon Pebble 

Dull Tan Pebble 

Dull Auto Bed Pebble 

Dull Red Small Peb. 

Grey Whipcord 



overiugs Double 

Linings 

Double Steel Grey Mohair 



Double Black Mohair 

Double Neiit. Brwu Serge 

Double Light Tan Moleskin 

Double Tan Khaki 

Double Dark Grey Twill 

Double Dark Grey Sateen 

Double Dark Grey Sateen 

Single Tan Duck 

Single Tan Duck 

As the styles and qualities are constantly changing, we have listed above only Auto Fabrics in general use. Samples 
'Mackintoahed °^ °" ler styles will be furnished on request. 

j Full bolts contain from 50 to 60 yards 



Color 

Dark Grey 

Light Tan 

Dark Drab 

Light Drab 

Blue 

Green 

Maroon 

Black 

Light Grey 

Light Tan 

Tan 

Maroon 

Blue 

Green 

Drab 

Black 

Dark Maroon 

Light Maroon 

Tan 

Rod 

Light Bed 

Grey 

Blue 

Black 

Dark Grey 

Light Tan 

Tan 

Dark Grey 

Dark Grey 

Light Tan 

Tan 

Tan 



Texture 

Whipcord 
Whipcord 

Drill 
Basket Cloth 

Duck 

Duck 

Duck 

Duck 
Whipcord 
Whipcord 
Whipcord 

Duck 

Drill 

DriU 

Drill 

Drill 

Drill 

Drill 

Drill 

Drill 

Drill 
Whipcord 

Serge 

Twill 

Whipcord 

Moleskin 

Khaki 

Twill 

Safeen 

Whipcord 

Duck 

Duck 



Peb 

Inches Yarii 



54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
50 
50 
50 
54 
50 
50 
50 
50 
54 
54 
54 
54 
54 
60 
54 
54 
60 
54 
50 
60 



$3.45 
3.45 
3.45 
4.50 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.25 
2.25 
2.25 
3.00 
2.25 
1.95 
1.95 
1.95 
3.75 
2.25 
2.25 
2.25 
2.23 
3.75 
2.25 
5.55 
6.00 
4.50 
5.25 
2.25 
2.40 
4.50 
4.50 
2.00 
2.50 
and prices 



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ENAMELED CLOTHS 



,^«5»- - ~"\ 






( 


..FACE.. 


) 




Width 
Inches 


Pbe 

Yard 






FACE 

CnI.OR 






Width 

Inches 




"WALCO" 
QUALITY 


BACK 
Color 


"WALCO" 
QUALITY 


( 

Finish 


) 

( iR.UN 


BACK 
COLOE 


Per 


Finish 


COLOH 


Grain 


Yard 


Ducks 


Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


50 


$0.60 


Muslins 


Glazed 


Black 




White 


45 


$0.32 




Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


C'oloredt 


50 


.71 




Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


45 


.32 




Bright 


Lt. Green 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.75 




Bright 


Lt.Green Pebble 


White 


45 - 


.40 




Dull 


Green 


Pebble 


White 


50 


- .75 




Dull 


Dk.Green Pebble 


White 


45 


..40: 




Dull 


Brown 


Pebble 


White. 


50 


.75 




Dull 


Brown 


Pebble 


White 


45 


.40 




Dull 


Maroon 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.75 




Dullt 


Black 


Smooth 


White 


45 


.32 




Dull 


Russet 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.75 




Dull? 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


45 


.32 




Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


54 


.66 


















Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


Coloredt 


54 


.77 


HEATHS 
















Dull 


Green 


Pebble 


White 


54 


.81 


QUALITY 
















Dull 


Brown 


Pebble 


White 


54 


.81 


















Dull 
Dull 


Maroon 
Russet 


Pebble 
Pebble 


White 
White 


54 


.81 


Ducks 


Bright 
Bright 


Black 
Black 


Lrge Peb White 
Lrge Peb Colored* 


50 
50 


.75' 




54 


.81 




.95 




Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


60 


.89 




Dull 


Green 


Lrge Peb 


White 


50 


1.00' 




Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


Colored* 


60 


.99 




Dull 


Marooi 


Lrge Peb 


White 


50 


1.38: 




. Dull 


Green 


Pebble 


White 


60 


1.05 




Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 


White 


54 


.90-' 




Dull 


Brown 


Pebble 


White 


60 


1.05 




Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb Colored* 


54 


1.05. 




Dull 


Maroon 


Pebble 


White 


60 


1.05 




Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 


White 


60 


1.10 


















Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb Colored* 


60 


1.40 


Drills 


Glazed 
Glazed 


Black 
Black 




Tan 

White 


45 
50 


.59 

.48 


















Dull 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.48 


Extra 

Quality 
Leather Cloth 


Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 


White 


50 


1.25 




Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.48 


Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 


White 


54 


1.40' 




Bright 

Bright 

Dull 


Black 
Lt. Green 
Dk.Green 


Pebble 
Pebble 
Pebble 


Colored* 

White 
White 


48 


.59 


Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 


White 


60 


1.53. 




50 

50 


.63 
.63 


















Dull 


Brown 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.63 


XX Extra 

Quality 


Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 


White 


50 


1.40 




Dull 


Maroon 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.63 


Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 










White 


54 


1.55 




Dull 


Russet 


Pebble 


White 


50 


.63 


LeatfierCloth 


Bright 


Black 


Lrge Peb 


White 


60 


1.70 




Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


White 


54 


.36 


















Bright 


Black 


Pebble 


Colored* 


54 


.66 


Imitation 
Dash 
















Dull 




Pebble 


White 


54 


.71 


Glazed 


Black 




Tan 


50 


1.60- 




Dull 


Maroon 


Pebble 


White 


54 


.71 


Leather 
















Dull 


Russet 


Pebble 


White 


54 


.71 
















Moleskin 














Imitation Dast 


Leathe 


r is a heavy cotton 


duck with bright 


English 


Glazed 


Black 




Tan 


43 


1.32 


face like Patent L 


eather. 
















eon. Blue 


or Brown. . . . 


.. . 4Imi 


ation R 


ibber. 
















G 


■ i or B 


lie. 



















Full Eolts contain 12 yards. 



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WALCO QUALITY 








White Back Duck 




28 oz. 


Leather Grain, 50 inches 


wide Per yard, 


$1.10 


30 " 


tt * 


t (( 


1 1 it 


a. is 


32 " 


1 1 i 


« " 


tt tt 


1.20 


34 " 


it i 


1 " 


tt it 


1.25 


36 " 


tt i 


* ti 


tt tt 


1.30 


40 " 


t i i 


( it 


" " 


1.40 


34 " 


•• < 


1 54 inches 




1.35 


36 " 


1 1 i 


* tt 


" " 


1.40 






White Back Drill 




18 oz. 


Leather Gr 


ain, 50 inches wide Per yard, 


$0.75 


20 " 


" ' 


< tt 


tt tt 


.80 


22 " 


tt i 


t 1 1 


tt 1 1 


.85 


24 " 


1 1 t 


t tt 


" " 


.90 


26 " 


t > t 


t 1 1 


tt tt 


.95 


28 " 


i 1 1 


tt tt 


1.00 


30 " 


1 1 i 


i 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


1.05 


32 " 


it t 


t 1 1 


" " 


1.10 


34 " 


1 1 i 


t 1 1 


tt tt 


1 15 


36 " 


. 1 < 


i 1 1 


tt tt 


1.20 


34 " 


' 


' 54 inches 


wide " 


1.25 


36 " 


" ' 


i 1 1 


tt tt 


1.30 



Net Extras for Colored Back Duck and Drill 
50 inches wide, 12c per yard; 54 inches wide, loc per yard. 

Stock Weights of Colored Back Duck and Drill 

Duck:— Green, 50 ins. wide, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36 oz; 54 ins. 
wide, 34 and 36 oz. 

Duck: — Blue, 50 ins. wide, 36 oz; Brown, 50 ins. wide, 28 
and 30 oz. 

Drill: — Green, 50 ins. wide, 18 to 36 oz. inclusive; 54 ins. 
wide, 34 and 36 oz. 

Drill: — Blue, 50 ins. wide, 22, 24, 26 oz.; Brown, 50 ins. wide, 
26 and 28 oz. 

All of above 



HEATHS EXTRA QUALITY 
White Back Duck 

38 oz., Large Pebble Grain, 50 inches wide. .Per yard, 
40 ' ' " " " t 1 " lt 

42 ' ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ( 

40" " '* " " 60 inches wide . . " 

HARRAL CLOTH 

Wool Faced Back 

36 inches wide, Large Pebble Grain, Green 

or Blue Baek Per yard, 

50 inches wide, Large Pebble Grain, Green 

or Blue Back " 

MAJOR CLOTH 

Cloth Back 

38 inches wide, Large Pebble Grain, Green 

or Blue Back .Per yard, 

54 inches wide, Large Pebble Grain, Green 

or Blue Back " 

SPECIAL APRON MATERIALS 

26 oz., Smooth Velvet Finish Face, White 

Back, 50 inches wide Per yard, 

26 oz.. Smooth Velvet Finish Face, Tale 

Plaid Back, 50 inches wide " 

26 oz., Smooth Velvet Finish Face, Printed 

Whipcord Back, 50 inches wide " 

26 oz., Smooth Dull Finish Face, Woven 

Whipcord Back, 54 inches wide " 

30 oz., Bright Pebble Grain Face, White 

Back, 50 inches wide " 

50 yards per bolt 



$1.80 
1.90 
2.00 
3.00 



$1.90 
2.15 



$1.75 
2.00 



$1.20 
1.50 
1.50 
1.90 
1.3S 






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ARTIFICIAL LEATHERS 




Imitation Spanish Grain 



Regular Grain 





Catalog 
Number 


( 


FACE 


)( 

Grain 


BACK 

Color 


) 

Texture 


Width 
Inches 


Per 
Yard 




Finish 


Color 


Chase 


77 


Dull 


Dark Green 


Pebble 


Dark Green 




Drill 


50 


$1.50 


Leather 


77 X 


* I 


( t tt 


" 


" 


Niagara Duck 


50 


1.40 




C182 


" 


Med. Tan 


( ( 


Tan 




Drill 


50 


1.50 




C175 


I t 


Dark Maroon 


I C 


Maroon 




( t 


50 


1.50 




C178 


" 


Light Maroon 


I t 


* ( 




i t 


50 


1.50 


\ 


C130 


I t 


Auto Red 


I I 


Light Eed 




I ( 


50 


1.50 


Imitation 


A 


i I 


Dk. Eed & Black 
Brown & Black 




Dark Eed 
Brown 




Drill 


50 
50 


1.90 


Spanish Leather 


B 


" 


1.90 




C 
E 


1 1 

1 1 


Lt. Green & Tan 
Dk. Green & Tan 




Tan 
i t 




tt 


50 


1.90 




1 1 


50 


1.90 




H 


t * 


Dk. Tan & Black 




tt 




1 1 


50 


1.90 


Moroccoline 


300 
301 


1 1 
it 


Black 


Pebble 


Green 
Green 




Duck 
Sateen 


54 
50 


1.90 




1 I 


tt 


1.75 


Keratol Top 




















Leather 


94 P 


" 


Black 


Pebble 


Green 




Duck 


54 


2.00 



All of above 25 yards per bolt 



THE MANUFACTURE OF ARTIFICIAL LEATHER 
Owing to the dfiniand for leather being in excess of the supply, many fabrics have been introduced with the intention of 
supplying its place. An article of this sort, known under the name "leather cloth," was first produced in America about 1849. 
A textile fabric (generally unbleached cotton, calendered to make it smooth) is coated with linseed oil, turpentine, lampblack 
and other ingredients. ..t is then scraped to produce a uniform surface, dried in a heated oven, and passed between rollers 
covered with pumice dust to rub the composition smooth, these processes being repeated several times. Three or four coats 
of a sort of enameled paint are then applied. The grain of inoroeco leather is imitated by passing the cloth between grooved 
rollers; patterns in relief may be obtained by passing it through embossing rollers,' as, for example, imitation Spanish 
Leather, the left-hand illustration above: Imitation leather has several advantages over leather proper, among which may be 
mentioned that however thin the Imitation Leather is, it requires considerable force to tear it; it is impervious to damp, 
r maj remain long upon it without injuring it, and its potish is increased rather than decreased by friction. 



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NATURAL LEATHERS 




TRIMMING LEATHER 
"Walco" Best 
Hand Buffed 

Landau, Pebble or Long Grain, 60 ft. and over. .Per ft., $0.53 

Victoria, Pebble or Long Grain, " " .. " .48 

Caleche, Pebble Grain, " " .. " .48 

No. 1 Top, Pebble Grain, " . " .. " .45 

No. 1 Black Trimming, 50 ft. and over. . " .41 

No. 1 Fancy Trimming,* " " .. " .42 

Grain Dash, " " .. " .50 

Collar, " " .. " .36 

Balling or Bow, " " .. " .41 

Beeswing, " " .. " .33 

Breeching, " " " .36 

Tipping or Binding, " " . . " .31 
•Carried in Nos. 74, 75, 77, 78, 80. 



"Walco" Best 

Machine Buffed 

No. 1 Top, 60 ft. and over Per ft., 

No. 2 Top, 50 ft. and over. ......." 

Special Top, " " 

No. 1 Black Trimming, 50 ft. and over. 

No. 2 Black Trimming, 

Special Black Trimming, 

No. 1 Fancy Trimming,f 

Special Fancy Trimming,!: 

Grain Dash, 

Collar, 

Bailing or Bow, 

tCarried in all numbers. 

tCarried in No. 77. 



3.38 
.33 
.27 
.35 
.34 
.26 
.36 
.27 
.39 
.35 
.35 




Top, 

Black Trimming, 

Fancy Trimming,** ' ' 

* 'Carried in No. 7 



TOP LEATHER 
"Walco" Best 

Deep Buffed 

50 ft. and over Per ft., $0. 



Splits 



Top, 50 ft. and over Per ft., 

Black Trimming, " " " 

Fancy Trimming,tt " " " 

No 1 Hard Dash, " " " 

No. 1 Soft Dash, " '• " 

No. 2 Soft Dash, " " " 

No. 3 Soft Dash, " " " 

Double Japanned Dash Leather, 50 ft. and over ' ' 
ttCarried in No. 77. 

"Circled W" 

Machine Buffed 

No. 1 Top, 60 ft. and over Per ft.. 

No. 2 Top, 50 ft. and over " 

Special Top, " " " 

No. 1 Black Trimming, 50 ft. and over " 

Special Black Trimming, " " " 

No. 1 Fancy Trimming,t$ " " " 

Special Fancy Trimmiug,*t " " " 

No. 1 Soft Dash, " " " 

No. 2 Soft Dash, " " " 

No. 3 Soft Dash, " " " 

^Carried in Nos. 75, 77, 78, 80. 

* tCarried in No. 77. 



.24 
.25 



$0.18 
.17 
.18 
.20 
.20 
.18 
.16 
.40 



.30 

.■y, 

.33 
.24 
.34 
.25 
.19 
.17 
.15 



COLORS OF FANCY TRIMMING LEATHERS 

No. 70, Light Green; No. 77, Dark Green; No. 77%, Med. Green; No. 15 C, Olive Green; No. 85, Light Green; No. 73, Dark Blue; 
No. 71, Dark Tan; No. 80, Med. Tan; No. 66, Light Tan; No. 74, Dark Maroon; No. 75, Med. Maroon; No. 78, Light 
Maroon; No. 99, Auto Ke<t 



GIMPS 

Natural Leather Per roll, $2.00 

Imitation Leather " 1.00 

Colors: Nos. 77, 75, 80. 
About 25 yards per roll 



HARNESS LEATHER 

No. 1 BB Light Per lb., $0.48 

No. 1 BB Med " .48 

No. 1 BB Heavy " .48 

No. 1 Thoroughbrace " .55 

No. 1 Collar (For Shaft Trimming) Per ft. .27 



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CARRIAGE CLOTHS 




Superfine Cloth 





Whipcord Bedford Cord 

*■ 
Standard Widths 54 Inches 



Corduroy 



COLORED COTTON DRILL 

No 

50 inches wide Per yard, 

Green. 
300 Yards per Bolt. 

UNION HEAD LINING 



SUPERFINE MAROON CLOTH 



Nos. 



150 

54 inches wide Per yard, $0.60 

Green. 

ALL WOOL HEAD LINING 

Weight, ounces 514 6 6y 2 

Per yard $0.9,1 100 

Weight, ounces 8 9 

P«-yard $1.30 1.45 

Green or Blue. Past Dye. 



100 No. 2120— Piece Dye .Per yard, $3.00 

$0.50 No. 2200— Wool Dye .... : " 6 .00 



SUPERFINE DRAB CLOTH 

No. 1080— Piece Dye Per yard, $2.25 

No. 1120— Piece Dye " 3.00 

No. 1220— Wool Dye " 7 00 



1.05 
10 



DOMESTIC PIECE DYE 

Weight, ounces... 8 10 12 14 

Per yard $1.60 2.00 2.40 2.80 

Green or Blue. Indigo Dye. 

DOMESTIC WOOL DYE 



250 
.75 



7 
1.15 

12 
1.90 



16 
3.20 



Weight, ounces.. . 


14 


16 


18 


20 


22 


Per yard 


$3.50 


4.00 


4.50 


5.00 


5.50 



G reen or Blue. Indigo Dye. 

ENGLISH WOOL DYE 

Superior Quality, and Finish. 
Weight, ounces 14 ig 18 

J ' ,r y* Ti *4':ao 4. so 5.40 

Q or Blue, Indigo Dye. 



20 

6.00 



22 
6.60 



SUPERFINE BLACK FRAMING CLOTH 

No. 1200— Wool Dye Per yard, $6.00 

♦WHIPCORDS 

No. 1221— Tan Color Per yard, $2.50 

No. 1222— Light Grey " 4.25 

♦BEDFORD CORDS 

No. 1089— Olive Brown Per yard, $7.00 

No. 1541— Light Tan " 7.50 

No. 1745— Dark Brown << 4^00 

No. 1751 — Medium Grey " 6.50 

*As the styles and qualties of these lines are constantly 
changing, we list above only staple Whipcords and Bedford 
Cords, in addition to which we usually carry a number of 
other styles, samples and prices of which will be furnished on 
request. 

CORDUROYS 

No. 81— Green, 27 inches wide Per yard, $1.25 

No. 81 — Blue, " " i< 1 25 

No. 81 — Brown, " " < 1 

No. 81— Drab, " " ' <■< 



1.15 

1.10 



Full holts contain from 35 to 60 yards, according to weight, except ■ where otherwise specified 



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MOROCCOS, SATINS AND SILKS 





MOROCCOS 



CURTAIN SILKS 



Pebble Grain, Soft Finish 

French XX Green, Blue or Maroon Per doz., $60.00 

German inr* •< " • « << 75 . 00 

German XXXX " " '* " 90.00 

Prices of Long Grain and Special Color Moroccos fur- 
nished on request. 

FRENCH SATINS 
Silk Faced 



Golden Gate, 24 inches wide, Green Per yard, $2 . 50 



Van Ness, 20 inches wide, Green. . . . 

Van Ness, " " Blue . . . 

Van Ness, 24 inches wide, Green 

Van Ness, " " Blue .... 

Van Ness, " " Drab 

Van Ness, " " Maroon . 

50 yards per bolt 



2.50 
2.50 
2.75 
2.75 
3.00 
3.00 



Van Ness, 63 inches wide, Green or Blue. . .Per yard, $10.00 
Van Ness, 63 inches wide, DraV> or Maroon . " 11.00 

50 yards per bolt 

The best moroccos are made of large goatskins, tanned in sumac. Those prepared for carriage trimmings are finished with- 
out oil or grease; the grain has a very fine finish; the color is imparted by means of a dye, applied with a brush. The Ger- 
mans produce a very fine quality of moroccos, which, though higher-priced than others, are generally preferred for fine work. 
A very good grade is also imported from France. Sheepskins are also finished up as moroccos, but are entirely unsuited to 
*arriage trimming. 



Bee Section of ADDITIONS AXD REVISIONS for new goods not shown in body of Catalog. 









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COTTON DUCK, TARPAULIN AND MUSLIN 




WHITE COTTON DUCK 



Width, Inches 36 40 44 

No. 6— Per yard. . .$0.75 $0.83 $0.92 

No. 8— " .... 68 .75 .83 

No. 10 — " ... .60 -66 .7i 

Width, Inches 60 72 84 

No. 6— Per yard... $1.28 $1.56 $1.92 

No. 8— " ... 1.16 1.43 1.74 

No. 10— " ... 1.02 1.25 1.52 

100 yards per holt. 



50 

$1.04 
.95 
.83 



54 

$1.11 

1.02 

.90 



96 120 

$2.46 $3.14 

2.21 2.82 

1.92 2.45 



wj-p r •- i 



TAN COTTON DUCK 

Width, Inches 50 60 

No. 9— Per yard $1.00 $1.25 

100 yards per holt 



TARPAULIN 

No. 12 — Walco, Medium, 50 inches wide. .Per yard, $1.50 



No. 12— 
No. 12— 
No. 12— 



54 



72 



nches wide. 



60 inches wide. . 



uckes wide. 



1.65 

1.85 
2.15 



No. 18 — Heath's, Extra Heavy, 50 inches 

wide Per yard, $1 . 75 

No. 18 — Heath's, Extra Heavy, 54 inches 

wide . . " 



No. 18 — Heath's, Extra Heavy, 60 inches 
wide 

No. 18 — Heath 's, Extra Heavy, 72 inches 
wide 



1.90 



2.10 



.2.50 



This materia] is Cotton -Duck, with a black oiled finish 
and black back. It is used on wagon tops and wherever a 
strong, waterproof material is required. 



25 yards per bolt 




MUSLIN 

Fiain, Unbleached, 36 inches wide Per yard, 

50 yards per bolt 



9.25 



GINGHAM 

Checked, 27 inches wide Per yard, $0.30 

?uitable for Vehicle Dust Covers. 
50 yards per bolt 






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CARPETS AND MATS 




CARRIAGE CARPETS 



Wilton, Plain 

Per yard 

No. 40— Green. 22% inches wide $1.50 

No. 40— Steel, 
No. 40 — Green, 



inches wide. 



No. 


X — Green, 2 


No. 


X— Blue, 


No. 


XX— Green, 


No. 


XX— Steel, 


No. 


XXX— Green, 


No. 


XXX— Blue, 


No. 


XXX — Maroon, 


No. 


XXXX— Green, 


No. 


XXXX— Maroon. 



inches wide. 



1.65 
1.65 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 
2.75 
3.25 
3.25 
3.50 
3.50 
3.75 



No. XXXX — Empire Bed, 27 inches wide 3, 

Full rolls, 40 to 60 yards 



io 




Wilton, Figured 



No. 919 —Two Tone Bed, 27 inches wide 

No. 534D — Green and Bed Figure, 22% inel|es wide 
No. 534D — Green and Bed Figure, 27 inches wide. . 
No. 536P — Green and Bed Figure, 22% inches wide 
No. 536P — Green and Bed Figure, 27 inches wide.. 



Per yard 

$2.25 
1.75 
1.85 
1.50 
1.65 



Tapestry, Cut and Uncut 

Per yard 

No. 540E— Plain Green, 22% inches wide $1.40 

No. 540E — Plain Green, 27 inches wide 1.50 

No. 542E — Green and Bed Stripe, 22% inches wide. 1.40 

No. 542E — Green and Bed Stripe, 27 inches wide 1.50 

No. 544E — Drab and Bed Figure, 27 inches wide 1.60 

Full rolls, 40 to 60 yards 




OIL CARPETS 



COCOA MATS 



No. 51 — Dark Green and Light Green. 27 inches 
No. 52— Dark Blue and Light Blue. 
No. 53 — Maroon and Bed, " " 

No. 54 — Dark Green and Light Green. 31% in. wide 
No. 55 — Dark Green and Light Green, 36 inches wide 
30 yards per roll 



Per yard No. 2 — Best Fancy Wool Bordered, 16 x 27 

dc $0.75 inches Per dozen, $30.00 

.75 Cocoa Mats are very serviceable as a substitute for or 

.75 auxiliary to usual vehicle floor coverings during the rainy 

.85 season or in humid climates. Very popular in tropical and 

.90 semi-tropical climates. 









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PYRAMID MATTING BLOCK MATTING 

Pattern Color Quality Width Per Pound 

No. 2 Corrugated Natural Special 36 inches $0.45 

No. 3 Block Natural Standard 27 inches .50 

No. 5 Large Pyramid White Extra 36 inches . 75 

All above Vi i i"> <:■ li thick, and the weight per running yard is approximately 6 lbs. for 27 inch, and 8 lbs. for 36 inch. 

Style A Style B Style C 




Style D 



Style E 



Style F 



PATTERNS OF MATS 



Vi inch thick— Any of above Style 

% inch thick — " 

y 2 inch thick — " " 



.Per square foot, $0.75 

" 1.00 

" " 1.25 



Li irring Extra:— Natural Color, 25l- per letter. Fancy Colors, 50c per letter. 
In ordering, give outside dimensions of Mats. If irregular in shape, furnish paper pattern. 

Made to Order Ouly 







MAJOR TOP ACCESSORIES 



BOWS, 



SOCKETS, 



TOP IRONS, 



AND 



ACCESSORIES 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 
Subdivision of "Major Top Accessories' 



BOWS constitute the frame or support of vehicle tops, 
three or more being used. 

SHORT BUGGY BOWS are used in connection with 
Bow Sockets and LONG BUGGY BOWS with Slat Irons. 

AUTOMOBILE BOWS. — Used in same manner as Buggy- 
Bows with Bow Sockets or Slat Irons, according to the 
length of bows. Owing to the large number of sizes and 
styles of automobile tops, regular Automobile Bows may 
sometimes be found to be too narrow, in which instance 
Express Bows may be substituted. 

ROUND TOP FARM WAGON BOWS are used as a 
support or frame for removable cotton duck wagon covers, 
being attached to the wagon bed by means of bow staples, 
five generally constituting a set. 

EXPRESS BOAVS— Used, together with Wagon Top 
Slats, etc., in constructing frame-work of Express, Delivery 
and other wagon tops, such tops being stationary or non- 
folding. The flat top express bow is most commonly used, 
the oval top being frequently used, however, in tops for use 
in humid climates. 

GYPSY BOWS. — Used in similar manner to Farm Wagon 
Bows, the shape affording more lateral space. 

SAN FRANCISCO TRUCK TOP BOWS originated in 
San Francisco and are used as the ribs which constitute the 
frame work for duck, tarpaulin or other covering, the whole, 
constituting a top held in place by means of iron socket 
pins which fit into sockets in the tops of the truck stakes 
and standards. 

WAGON TOP SLATS.— Used in frame-work or skelton 
of various wagon tops. 

CANOPY TOP WOODS.— Used in frame-work of Canopy 
Tops, a complete set consisting of 17 pieces having various 
functions. 

SLAT IRON.— A steel forging which attaches to the 
wooden bows of folding tops. Serves to strengthen the 
bows and as a means whereby the top is opened or closed, 
being attached to the body by attachments designated 
Goose-Necks. Various patterns are adapted to various 
styles and types of tops. The use of Slat Irons as a sub- 
stitute for Bow Sockets is dictated solely by taste and 
preference. 

BOW SOCKETS are used similarly to Slat Irons, except 
that short bows are use in ' conjunction with bow sockets, 
instead of long bows as in the case of Slat Irons. Composed 
(as indicated by name), of several tubes, into the upper 
ends of which the bows are inserted. Various styles are 
adapted to various styles of tops. 

BOW SOCKET TUBES are designated "front," 
"main," "back," etc., according to function and relative 
position. Back tubes are re-enforced with steel stiffeners, 
but nevertheless, due to severe strain to which subjected, 
back tubes are most frequently broken. 

BOW SEPARATORS or SPREADERS.— Used to maintain 
space between bows when top is folded, to prevent chafing 
of bow covering and top fabric. Necessary to use top stay 
strap with simple forms of separators; other forms, however, 
serve as bow-stay as well as separator. 

TOP BRACKS are metallic hinged braces or supports, the 
"short joint" and the upper end of the "long joint" being 
attached to the top by means of Top Props, and the lower 
end of the long joint being fitted to the Prop Iron of the 
Shifting Rail, which, in turn is attached to the body seat. 
Top Braces maintain the top in an open and spread position. 
Sometimes a third joint, called the Outside Joint, is sub- 
stituted for the Concealed Joint, its position being on a direct 
line with, and to the rear of, the Short Joint. 

_ A Set of EXTENSION TOP BRACES consists of two long 
joints, two middle joints and two extension or front joints 
the position of the latter being on a direct line with and in 
front of the middle joint. Used to spread extension tops. 
Styles of Top Braces vary, an example being the curved 
line PHAETON TOP BRACE. 

CONCEALED JOINTS are attached on the inside of the 
rear and next preceding bow. Usually "concealed" in the 
side laee or flap of the top. Serve as brace joints. Some- 
times substituted by Outside Joints. 

STUMP JOINTS, JOINT t-INDS and COACH JOINT 
RI\ ETS and WASHERS are iutregal parts of top brace 



joints. Used in making high-grade and special length top 
braces. 

SHIFTING RAILS are attached to vehicle seats as a 
means for attachment of vehicle tops, the slat iron or bow 
socket eye attaching to the Goose-Neck, and the top brace 
to the Prop Iron. Customarily supplied in halves to enable 
application to any width seat by welding together. Acorn 
End and solid back seat rails, however, are not welded when 
attaching. 

ARM RAILS and BACK STANDARDS.— To attach and 
support part seat backs, arm rails only being used with solid 
back seats. 

SHIFTING RAIL CLIPS, BOLTS and ATTACHMENTS 
serve to attach shifting rails to the Seat Irons. 

TOP PROPS are attached to the bows and serve to re- 
ceive the brace joint eyes, which are held in place on the 
top prop shank with TOP PROP NUTS, which latter are also 
used to hold Bow Socket in position on the shifting rail 
Goose-Neck and lower eye of the long top brace in position 
on the Prop Iron. Styles of Top Prop Nuts, a matter of taste 
with occasional exception, for example, Goose-Neck Prop 
Nut (so called, because usually applied at Goose-Neck), 
which is shaped like a carriage knob as a convenience for 
attaching storm or side curtains and aprons. 

TOP PROP RIVETS.— Used at top brace hinge. Serve 
to match up fancy or odd top prop nuts, where latter are 
used. 

NUT LOCKS and TOP PROP WASHERS are applied on 
top prop shanks to prevent top prop nuts from shaking off. 
Very necessary, especially on automobile tops. 

BOW RESTS.— Fitted to shifting rail prop iron to form a 
rest and cushion for back bow where top is down. Simplest 
form made by slipping a section of BOW REST RUBBER 
over prop iron with square-hole and round-hole Bow Rest 
Washers on inside and outside, respectively. There are 
various other forms of Bow Rests, ranging from a one-piece 
combination of rubber and metal-washer, similar in appear- 
ance to the Bow Rest last described, to patent Spring Bow 
Rests, etc. 

FRONT VALANCES are made of various materials 
according to taste or to the character of the top covering, 
and are used as a facing on the front edge of the front bow, 
thus imparting a finished appearance. 

BACK STAYS. — Those two portions of the top extending 
vertically from the back bow to the shifting rail, the 
functions of which are to hold the back bow in position and 
prevent the top from tilting forward. Sometimes supple- 
mented by straps on automobile tops. Back Stays are 
usually, though not always, covered with same material as 
balance of top, the filling being Metallic Strips, Buckram or 
Back Stay Paper, or a combination of two or more of these 
stiffening materials. 

CANOPY STANDARDS.— The steel supports of that type 
of stationary vehicle top, known as the Canopy Top. Front 
standards usually attached to front seat and rear standards 
to inside of vehicle bed at or near rear corners, rear stand- 
ards, therefore, being longer than front standards. Obtain- 
able welded, and Japanned, ready for application and also in 
halves, unpainted, consisting of branch ends and socket ends 
separate, thus affording opportunity to weld into any desired 
length. In latter form, front standards are furnished in 
same length as back standards, thus also affording oppor- 
tunity to attach front standards to vehicle bed instead of 
seat, if desired. The tops and branches are bolted to the 
side and end pieces of the canopy frame, the flattened upper 
ends of the right and left hand back standards being turned 
to left and right, respectively, serving to brace the top and 
minimizing lateral movement. 

CANOPY STANDARD ENDS and OFFSETS serve, in 
conjunction with round iron or steel of suitable size, to 
make up standards in various sizes and styles. 

CANOPY STANDARD SOCKETS, for the purpose of 
receiving the shank end of the standard, are obtainable in 
various syles in both wrought and malleable iron. Tapered 
hole sockets are used with tapered standard ends, object of 
taper being to take up wear and prevent rattling, by tighten- 
ing nut. 



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VEHICLE BOWS 





BUGGY (Short) 

Size. Height. Width Outside. Per Set (4) 

%J£lVi-inch. 18-inch. 40-inch and under $ .85 

%xlV4-incb. 18-inch. 41 to 48-inch, inclusive 90 

•'jXlVi-inch. 18-inch. 50-inch and wider 1.65 

Stock Widths— 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 
50 and 52-inch. 

Four Set per Bundle. 



BUGGY (Long) 
Size. Height. Width Outside. Per Set (4) 

%xiy,-inch. 46-inch. All widths $1.90 

Stock Widths— 34, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 40 
and 48-incb. 

Four Set per Bundle. 




AUTOMOBILE 

Size. Height. Width Inside. Per Set (4) 

'/ 8 xl%-inch. 18-inch. 48, 50, 52-inch $2.70 

'/ 8 xiy 8 -inch. 18-inch. 54, 56, 58, 60-inch 2.85 

1 xl >/ 2 -inch. 18-ineh. 60, 62, 64-inch 3.75 

1 xl'/a-inch. 18-inch. 66,68-inch 4.00 

l>/ 8 xiy 4 -inch. 18-inch. 69,70,71-inch 6.75 

l'/ 8 xiy 4 -inch. 46-inch. 60, 64, 69-inch (Long) 8.50 

One Set Per Bundle. 




Size. 
y 2 x2 -inch. 
y 8 x2y 1 -inch. 
6 / 8 x2y 2 -inch. 
%x3 -inch. 
y 8 x3 -inch. 



ROUND TOP FARM WAGON 

Height. Width Inside. Per Set (5) 

60-inch. 46-inch $2.50 

60-inch. 46-inch 3.50 

60-inch. 46-inch 4.00 

60-inch. 46-inch 5.50 

60-inch. 60-inch . 50 

One Set Per Bundle. 



Size 




%Xl>/ S 


-inch. 


y 4 xiy 2 -inch. 


%xl 3 / 4 -inch. 


y 4 xl%-inch. 


7 / e x2 


-inch. 


7 /bX2 


-inch. 


%X2 


-inch. 


%X2 


-inch. 


7 / 8 x2 


-inch. 


7 / 8 x2 


-inch. 


7 / 8 x2 


-inch. 



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EXPRESS (Flat Top) 

Height. Width Inside. Per Set (4) 

GO-ineh. 46-inch and under $3 . 60 

60-inch. 48-inch and over 4.10 

60-inch. 46-inch and under 3.90 

60-inch. 48-inch and over 4.15 

60-inch. 46-inch and under 6.60 

60-ineh. 48 to 54-inch 6.80 

60-inch. 56 to 60-inch 7.00 

72-inch. 46 inch and under 7.00 

72-inch. 48 to 54-inch 7.50 

72-ineh. 56 to 60-inch 7.75 

72-inch. 62 to 66-inch 8.00 

Two Set Per Bundle. 



GYPSY 

Width Height to 

Size. Height. 0utsi(Je Offset offset Per Set (4) 

%xiy 4 -in. 60-in. 36, 38, 40-in. 3-in. 11-inch $9.20 

y 4 xiy 4 -in. 60-in. 42, 44-in. 3-in. 11-inch... 11.00 

3 / 4 xl%-in. 60-in. 46, 48-in. 3-in. 11-inch 11.00 

One Set Per Bundle. 

EXPRESS (Oval Top) 

Size. Height. Width Inside. Per Set (4) 

y 4 xiy 2 -inch. 60-inch. 46-inch and under $3.60 

%xiy 2 -inch. ..60-inch. 48-inch and over 4.10 

3 / 4 xiy 4 -inch. 60-inch. 46-inch and under 3.90 

y 4 xl%-ineh. 60-inch. 48-inch and over 4. 15 

Two Set Per Bundle. 




BENT SAN FRANCISCO TRUCK TOP BOW 



Size. Baise. 

iy 4 x2y 4 -inch. 7%-inch. 
iy 2 x2 3 / 4 -inch. 7%-inch. 



Length Out to Out. Bach. 

7 feet, 6 inches $2.00 

7 feet, 6 inches 2.25 



WAGON TOP SLATS (Poplar) 

y a xiy 2 -inch. 10, 12 or 14 ft. long. .. .Per lineal foot, $0.04 

y 2 x2 -inch. 10, 12 or 14 ft. long " " " .05% 

%x2y 2 -inch. 10, 12 or 14 ft. long. ... " " " .07 




CANOPY TOP WOODS 

Set of 17 Pieces, shaped and ready to assemble Per Set, $5.00 

A Set consists of the following parts: 
2 Knd-pieces (Ash), 1" thick, 1%" deep, 1%" arch, 4' 6" long. 2 End Drip Moldings (Poplar), %" thick, 2%" wide, 5' long. 

aeees (Ash), 1" thick, IV" deep. 1%" arch, 8' long. 2 Side Drip Moldgfl. (Pop.), %" thick, 2%" wide, 8' 6" long. 

5 Cross Bibs (Ash), 1" thiek, J ' deep, iy 4 " arch, 4' 6" long. 4 Top Slats (Spruce), %" thick, 2" wide, 8' long. 



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SLAT IRONS 




No. 421 

New York Pattern 

Three Bow 



No. 422 

New York Pattern 

Four Bow 



No. 421— New York Pattern, 3 bow Per set, $1.50 

No. 422— New York Pattern, 4 bow " " 1 . 75 




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No. 432 
Victoria Pattern 
Three Bow 



No. 430 

Automobile Pattern 

Three Bow 




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No. 423 

New York Pattern 

Four Bow Exten. 

No. 423 — New York Pattern, Exteu., 4 bow. . .Per set, $2.2.3 
No. 425 — Philadelphia Pattern, Exten., 4 bow. . " " 2.50 



No. 425 

Philadelphia Pattern 

Four Bow Exten. 





No. 431 
Automobile Pattern 
Four Bow Exten. 



No. 483 
Automobile Pattern 
Four Bow Exten. 



No. 432— Victoria Pattern, 3 bow Per set, $3.75 

No. 430 — Automobile Pattern, 3 bow " " 4.00 



No. 431 — Automobile Pattern, Exten., 4 bow. .Per set, $7.50 
No. 483— Automobile Pattern, Exten., 4 bow. . " " 




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BUGGY BOW SOCKETS 





3 Bow 
Bruce 



4 Bow 
Philadelphia 



4 Bow 
Philadelphia Exten. 



3 Bow 
Ram's Horn 



4 Bow 
Ram's Horn 



STEEL BOW SOCKETS, JAPANNED 



STEEL BOW SOCKETS, LEATHER COVERED 



Style. 
3 Bow Bruce. 
3 Bow Bruce. 
3 Bow Bruce. 

3 Bow Bruce. 

4 Bow Philadelphia. 
4 Bow Philadelphia. 
4 Bow Philadelphia. 
4 Bow Philadelphia, 
4 Bow Phil. Exten. 

3 Bow Rams Horn. 

4 Bow Earns Horn. 



Length. Per Set. 

26-inch $1.S0 

27-inch 1.80 

28-inch 1.80 

29-inch 1.80 

26-inch 2.20 

27-inch 2,20 

28-inch 2.20 

29-inch 2.20 

29-inch 2.50 

29-inch 2.15 

29-inch 2.55 



Style. 
3 Bow Bruce. 
3 Bow Bruce. 

3 Bow Bruce. 

4 Bow Philadelphia. 
4 Bow Philadelphia. 
4 Bow Philadelphia. 
4 Bow Phil. Exten. 

3 Bow Bams Horn. 

4 Bow Bams Horn. 



Length. Per Set. 

26-inch $4.60 

27-inch 4.60 

29-ineh 4.70 

26-inch 5.80 

27-inch 5.80 

29-inch 5.80 

29-inch 6.40 

29-ineh 5.20 

29-inch 6.30 



Packed in boxes containing 3 sets each. 



"Lengths" of Bow Sockets given above, is distance from center of goose-neek connecting eye to end of main tube. 



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3 Bow 

Auto Runabout 



4 Bow 
Auto Exten. 



4 Bow 
Auto Exten. 



5 Bow 
Auto Exten. 



STEEL BOW SOCKETS, JAPANNED 



STEEL BOW SOCKETS, LEATHER COVERED 



(. . .Lengths of Tubes. . .) 
Fronts Middles. Backs. 

3 Bow Straight 33%-in. 26-in. 31%-in 

4 Bow Exten. Straight 38 -in. 26-in. 36 -in 

4 Bow Exten. Curved 38 - -in. 26-in 36 -in 

Front Sec. Bear Section. 
6 Bow Exten. Straight 38-26-in. 36-26-38-in. . 

5 Bow Exten. Curved 38-26-in. 36-26-38-in.. 

Offset on curved Sockets is 3% inches 



Per Set. 

. .. $4.50 
... 6.25 
,.. 7.75 

. .. 8.75 
. .. 10.25 



3 Bow Straight 33%-in. 

4 Bow Exten. Straight 38 -in. 

4 Bow Exten. Curved 38 -in. 

Front Sec, 

5 Bow Exten. Straight 38-26-in. 



( . . . Lengths of Tubes . . . ) 
Fronts Middles. Backs. Per Set. 

26-in. 31%-in $9.20 

L'6-ia. 36 -in 12.80 

L'tj-in 36 -in 14.30 

Bear Section. 

36-26-38-in 15.20 

... 16.70 



5 Bow Exten. Curved 38-26-in. 36-26-38-in 

Offset on curved Sockets is 3Vi inches 



Packed in boxes containing three set each. 

Explanation of lengths of Bow Socket Tubes given above: 

Main Tubes — From center of goose-neck attaching point to end of tube. 
Front, Back and Intermediate Tubes — From connecting eye to end of tube. 



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AUTOMOBILE BOW SOCKETS 






3 Bow 4 Bow 

Handy Shifting Handy Shifting 

STEEL BOW SOCKETS, JAPANNED 



3 Bow 

Duquesne Shifting 



STEEL BOW SOCKETS, LEATHER COVERED 

3 Bow Handy Shifting Per set, $6.62 3 Bow Handy Shifting Per Set, $10.90 

4 Bow Handy Shitting " " 8.37 4 Bow Handy Shifting " " 14.50 

3 Bow Duquesne Shifting " " 6.25 3 Bow Duquesne Shifting " " 10.60 

For shipment from factory only. 

Give distance from center of attaching eyes to end of tubes. 



See Section of ADDITIONS AND REVISIONS for new goods not shown in body of Catalog. 



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BOW SOCKET TUBES 



BUGGY 



•* 5 





w S £ 




Bruce 



4 Bow 
Philadelphia 



4 Bow 
Philadelphia Exten. 



3 Bow 
Ram's Horn 



4 Bow 
Ram's Horn 



EXTRA TUBES FOR BRUCE OR PHILA. PAT'RN 

Steel. Leather Covered. 

Fronts Each, $0.30 $1.25 

Backs " .10 1.50 

Offsets " .30 1.25 ' 

Mains *' .30 1.25 

Front Mains for Exten. Sockets " .35 1.25 

Back Mains for Exten. Sockets " .40 1.50 



EXTRA TUBES FOR RAM'S HORN PATTERN 

Steel. Leather Covered. 

Fronts Each, $0.50 $1.75 

Backs " .40 1.50 

Offsets " .30 1.25 

Mains " .50 1.75 



AUTOMOBILE 





3 Bow 
Auto Runabout 



4 Bow 
Auto Exten. 



EXTRA TUBES FOR STRAIGHT SOCKETS 

Steel. Leather Covered. 
Fronts Each, $1.50 $2.50 



Backs 

Mains 

Front Mains for Exten. Sockets 
Back Mains for Exten. Sockets 
Intermediates for 5 Bow Exten 



1.75 
1.50 
1.50 
1.75 
1.75 



2.75 
2.50 
2.50 
2.75 
2.75 





4 Bow 
Auto Exten. 



5 Bow 
Auto Exten. 



EXTRA TUBES FOR CURVED SOCKETS 

Steel. Leather Covered. 
Fronts Each, $1.05 



Backs 

Mains 

Front Main for Exten. Socket 
Back Main for Exten. Socket 
Intermediates for 5 Bow Exten 



1.90 
1.65 
1.65 
1.90 
1.90 






Be Sure to Specify on all Orders for Tubes whether for right or left hand side of vehicle, facing forward. 

BOW SOCKET RIVETS 

Buggy Size, ftx% inches Per lb. $0.40 Automobile Size, ftxft inches 






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BOW SEPARATORS 




THE "V Z" BOW SEPARATOR 



Polished Brass 



3 Bow 



Japanned ..'.'.'. Per 3et ' * 4 - 00 

" 2.50 





4 Bow 5 Bow 

$5.00 $G.OO 

3.00 3.50 



THE "VICTOR" BOW SEPARATOR 

Eubber, Complete with Straps and Buckles. 

For 3 Bow Sockets -p„ ■ ». , 

_ , _ „ Per pair, $4.50 

For 4 Bow Sockets ,, ' ' 

For 5 Bow Sockets ,, I"™ 

5.50 




THE "NEW YORK" BOW SEPARATOR 
Pohshed Brass Per floz ^ ^ ^ 




°P en Closed 

THE "BAIR" BOW SEPARATOR 

3 Bow 4 Bow 5 Bow 

Bronzed Brass, Lea. Lined. .Per pair, $20.00 $20.00 $22 00 

Bronzed Brass, Jap. Backs.. " 15 15 00 17'™ 

Japanned " ioloo loioo 12:50 




THE "NEW HAVEN" BOW SEPARATOR 

Polished Brass Pcr doz (g4 pcg }> ^ S( , 



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TOP BRACES 




B 






Regular Style Bent Heel, 
Showing Outside Joint 



Phaeton Style, "S" Shaped 



Cut for Measurements 



STOCK SIZES OF FINISHED TOP BRACES 

3 Bow Regular Half Matched Per Set, $1.50 

3 Bow Regular Full Matched " 2.25 

3 Bow Phaeton Full Matched " 2.50 

3 Bow Auto Full Matched " 9.00 

4 Bow Regular Half Matched " 1.50 

4 Bow Extension Half Matched " 2.25 

3 Bow Outside Joints Half Matched, 17-in " .75 

All above f,-, Oval Iron, except Anto, which are %-inch. 



MEASUREMENTS OF FINISHED TOP BRACES 



( . . . . Back Joint . . . . ) 
C to D D to E C to £ 



( . . . Front Joint . . . ) 

AtoB B to C AtoC 
3 Bow Regular 71/2 11% 19 
3 Bow Phaeton 7% 11% 19 

3 Bow Auto.. (Made to order only) 

4 Bow Regular 10% 13% 24 
4 Bow Exten.. 8% 12% 21 
3 Bow Outside Joint, 17-in. (6 and 11-iu.) 

•Extra joint measurement 30-in. (15 and 15-in.) 



12 

12 


23 
23 


35-in. 
35-in. 


HiU 


23 


33%-in. 


12 


23 


*35 -in. 



Illustrating 
Half Matched Joint 



Illustrating 
Full Matched Joint 





Malleable 

Plain Pattern 



Length Inches 11 12 

lVr dozen $1.80 $1.80 

Length Inches 16 

Per dozen $2 .40 



IS 
$1.80 

17 
$2.70 



CONCEALED JOINTS 

Wrought Steel 

Plain Pattern, Heavy 

14 15 Length Inches 16 17 19 20 

$2.10 $2.10 Per dozen $4.50 $4.50 $5.00 $5.00 

18 19 The 3 Bow Outside Joints listed under Finished Top Braces 

$3.00 $1.25 above, may also be used as Concealed Joints. 



Concealed Joints one-half dozen pair per box. 



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STUMP JOINTS AND JOINT ENDS 




No. 152— FULL MILLED STUMP JOINT 
With Rivets and Washers 



Size, in. 
Per dozen . 



y a x% ix% iy 8 x% 

.$13.00 $20.00 $23.00 




COACH JOINT RIVET AND WASHER 
Rivet 

Number Diam. Head Diam. Shank For Joints Per doz. 
5% lA-in. A-in. %-in. $1.20 






No. 153— FULL 


MILLED STUMP JOINT 




Size, 


in. 




&x% 


%xy 2 


%xft 


y 8 x% 


%xy 2 


Per 


dozen. 




.$3.60 


$3.90 


$3.90 


$3.90 


$7 


.50 


Size, 


in. 




%x% 


%x% 


7 / 8 x% 


lx% 


iy 8 x% 


Per 


dozen . 






$11.20 


$11.25 


$18.00 


$21 


.00 








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Swaged End 








Square End 
No. 3— HALF MILLED STUMP JOINT 



Size, in. J / 2 x%t 


."::i L :- 


y 8 xy 2 t 


ysxftt 


5 / 8 xy 8 t 


Per di)Z9n $2.40 


$2.50 


$2.80 


$3.00 


$3.00 


Size, in. 




3 /4xy 4 t 


%xy 2 * 


%x%* 


Per dozen 


...$6.00. 


. . .$9.40 


$9.00 


$9.75 


1 End. 










are End. 











Washer 

Number Diam. Diam. Hole For Joints Per doz. 

5% 1%-in. A-in. %-in. $1.20 




LANDAU SHORT END JOINT 

y 8 -inch Oval, %-inch hole Per set (8), $1.50 



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LONG JOINT ENDS 

Illustration shows one set of regular style 

%-inch Oval, Regular Style, -ft-inch Hole Per set, $0.80 

^i-inch Oval, Regular Style. v„ -inch Hole " 1.20 

V 8 -inch Oval, Extension Style. -A-inch Hole... " 1.20 

%-inch Oval, Extension Style, ft -inch "Hole.. . " 1.80 



Stump Joints one dozen per Box. 



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SHIFTING RAILS 




-* 



DUPLEX, ACORN END, CLIP RAIL, JAPANNED 
9/16-inch Oval Iron 

No. 2. Without Arm Bails or Back Standards. .Per set, $1.25 




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DUPLEX, CLIP RAIL, JAPANNED 
9/16-inch Oval Iron 

No. 3. Without Arm Bails or Back Standards. .Per set, $1.40 




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No. 3i/ 2 — NIB AND BARREL RAIL, JAPANNED 
9/16-inch Oval Iron 

No. 3V4 —Four Barrels, two Nibs Per set, $1.40 

No. 03 —Six Nibs " 1.4" 

No. 03>/ 2 — Six Barrels " 1.40 

Without Arm Bails or Back Standards 




No. 10 — WROUGHT SURREY RAIL, BLACK 
9/16-inch Oval Iron, Arm Rails %-inch Round 

No. 10 Per set, $1.75 




No. 6— WROUGHT RAIL, BLACK 
9/16-inch Oval Iron 

Ko. 5— With Braced Arm Bails Per set, $4.00 

No. 4— Without Arm Bails " 2r60 

Arm rails and back standards arc %-incb round iron 




Measurements for all Stock Rails 

Prop Iron C, 3Vi inches long, '-inch square, franco thread. 
Distance between side nibs or barrels A-B 12'A inches. 
Distance between side nibs or barrels B and corner D 3 \ 
Distance between back nibs or barrels E and corner D - 
Distance center to center prop and goose-neck, 17% in 
Goose-neck F raised 2>-j inches: thread ^ inches. 
Knob holes drilled for 6'-.. inch back Si 
Size of rails -,',,-in. x 



All Shifting Bails supplied in halves 



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SHIFTING RAILS AND EXTRAS 





AUTOMOBILE SHIFTING RAIL 

No. 478 — : '- 4 -iiH-li Oval Iron Per Bet, $12.00 

Eorgi ! i i on) best Norway iron 



ARM RAILS AND BACK STANDARDS 

N °. 15 — Arm Rails, in pairs, rights and lefts. .Per pair, JfO.40 

No. 7— Back Standards, 12 inches long.... " .30 

Arm Eails and Back Standards %-jnch Bound Iron 




VICTORIA GOOSE NECK 

No. 433 — Victoria Goose Neck Per pair. $1.50 

For use in conjunction with No. 432 Victoria Slat Iron 




ARM RAIL SOCKET 

No - i8 05 .Per doz. $0.40 





Clip 



Bolt 




Attachment 
Complete 



PERFECT SHIFTING RAIL ATTACHMENT 

Clips 



Bolts - h. with Hexagon Nuts 
Attachment iplete 



.Per doz. $0.35 






II 

Excelsior Excelsior Walco 

Complete Split Bolt 

SHIFTING RAIL ATTACHMENTS 

Excelsior, complete Pcr doz . $1 . 50 

Split Bolts only, for Excelsior - " .75 

Walco 1 , ' 60 

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§16 




MALLEABLE, REGULAR 
Japanned Thimble 

Per Set 

Set A— % -inch Shank, 2 long and 2 short $0.30 

Set B — ft -inch Shank, 2 long and 2 short 30 

Set C — ft -inch Shank, 4 long 40 

Set E — ft-ioeh Shank, 4 long and 2 short (Exton.) SO 

Set H — >L--in<-!i Shank, 2 long and 2 short 7.". 




LANDAU PATTERN 
V2 -inch Shank 

Per Set (4) 
Nos. 1 and2 —Plate, 3%xl% inches (Malleable) . . .$2.00 

Nos. l'/ 2 and 2»/ 2 — Plate, !%rl% inches (Wrought) 3.00 

Nos. 1 and I'.j have long thimble, as per illustration. 
Nos. 2 and 2 1 - have short thimbles. 





MALLEABLE, SCREW BASE 
Japanned Thimble 

Per Set 

Set K— %-inch Shank, 2 long and 2 short $0.45 

Set Ir — ,Vinch Shank, 2 long and 2 short An 

SetM — ft-ineh Shank, 4 long 50 

Set P— ft -Inch Shank. 4 long and 2 short (Kxten.) 70 




VICTORIA PATTERN 
y 2 -inch Shank 

Per Set (1) 

No. 4— Plate. 3'-xHv inches (Malleable) $1.00 

No. 3— Plate. :',-,xlK inches (V 2.50 





Front Prop 



Set R . ". i i. -istin,. of twi 



Main Prop, to Carry Three Joint Eyes 
MALLEABLE SIX JOINT PROP 



Rear Frop 



SIT 




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TOP PROP NUTS 







l 80 No. ,11A No. 104 No. 172 

1 JAPANNED NUTS 

No. 72 —Imitation Stitch, 1%-inch diameter, % or ft-ineh hole Per gross, $2.8.3 

No . go _ Imitation Sitieh, 1%-inch diameter, % or fr-inch hole ' 3.30 

No. 11A —Milled Edge, 1%-inch diameter. % Or ,v. -ineh hole 3.30 

No. 104 —Smooth Oval, 1*4 -inch diameter, ft-inch hide 2.85 

No. 172 —Goose Neck, 1%-inch diameter, fr-iicb hole 3.60 

Rivets to match above, same price as nuts 







No. 96 No. 354 Nos. 21A and 22B No. 128 

PLATED NUTS 

No. 96 — Plain. Silver or Brass, Braced Cap, 1%-ineh diameter, % or A-inch hole Per gross, $5.00 

No. 354 — Plain Silver, Solid Filled, 1%-ineh diameter, % or -ft-inch hole " 8.00 

No. 21A — Milled Edge. Silver. Braced Cap, lVs-ineh diameter, % or Jg inch hole ,.. " 5.50 

No. 22B — Milled Edge, Brass, Braced Cap, 114-inch diameter, % or / -ineli hole " . 6.00 

No. 128 — Milled Edge, Silver. Braced Cap, 1%-inch diameter,.,^ -inch hole " 5.50 

Rivets to match above, same price as nuts 






No - 3 No. 199 No. 26 Nos. 29 and 29% 

„ „ ' PLATED NUTS 

No. 3 —Be; 1 E,dge, Brass, Solid Filled, 1%-incn diameter, ,',,-incli hole Per „,. oss , 

No. 199 —Bead, a Edge, Brass, Braced Cap, 1%-incH diameter, ^-inch hole. , « 

No. 26 —Plain. Silver, Solid Filed. 1%-inch diameter, ft-inch hole Per aoz 

No. 29 —Plain, Silver or Brass, Solid Filed, 1%-inch diameter, ft-ineh hole << '' 

No. 29%— Plain, Silver or Brass, Solid Filled-, 1%-inofi diameter, %-iach hole 

No. 2.1 is suitable for Victorias; Nos. 29 and 29% are suitable for Landaus' 
Rivets to match above, same price as nuts 



;9.00 
6.00 
1.25 
2.25 

2.25 




N °- ffl No " 43 «o. 44 Nos. 45 and 45% 

r ■ „ , r , LEATHER COVERED NUTS 

—Grain Dash Leather, 1%-inch diameter, / K -inch hole t> 

-Grain Dash Leather, l>/ 4 -inch diameter, A -inch hole. Per gross, $6.00 

—Grain Dash Leather, 1%-inch diameter, ft-inch hole. . ,, 

—Grain Dash Leather, 2 -inch diameter, ,Vineh hole t» -, 

No. 45%— Grain Dash Leather, 2 -inch diameter, %-i nc h hole. .' . . '.'.'. [ '. [ ','.[ [ [ \ \ Per doz 

Rivets to match above, same price as nuts 



No. 42 
No. 43 
No. 44 
No. 45 



6.00 
7.00 
2.00 
2.00 



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TOP PROP RIVETS, WASHERS, ETC. 







No. 1 No. 72 No. 43 No. 354 

PLAIN NORWAY RIVET JAPANNED RIVET LEATHER COVERED RIVET PLATED RIVET 

No. 1 — Plain Norway, Head 1-inch diameter, %-inch Shank Per Gross, $4.00 

No. 72 — Japanned, Imitation Stitch, 1%-inch diameter, %-incli Shank " 2.85 

No. 43 — Leather Covered, 1%-inch diameter, %-inch Shank " 6.00 

No. 354— Silver Plated, Solid Filled, 1%-inch diameter, %-inch Shank " 8.00 

No. 120 — Brass Plated, Braced Cap, 1%-inch diameter, %-inch Shank " 5.00 






o 



Leather 

TOP PROP WASHERS 



Steel 



PDXE'S PATENT NUT LOCK 

Pike's Patent Nut Locks Per 100, $1.50 

100 per Box. 



No. 1 — Pressed Leather, for %-inch Props .. Per 1000, $3.00 
No. 2 — Pressed Leather, for ,Vinch PropB.. " 3.00 

Anti-Friction, Steel, Jap'd, for A-in. Props. .Per lb., .40 

Leather Washers, 200 per box. Metal Washers, 1 lb. per paper. 





i 

Regular Size Landau Size 

BOW REST RUBBER 

No. 1 — Best Quality, Natural Color, Regular Size, A or %-inch Square Hole Per strip, $1.00 

No.. 2 — Standard Quality, Japanned, Regular Size, A or %-inch Square Hole " .30 

No. 3 — Competition Quality, Japanned, Regular Size, A or %-inch Square Hole " .70 

No. 1 — Best Quality, Japanned, Landau Size, %-inch Square Hole '* 1.50 

In strips of 2 feet each. 




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WASHERS 





ECONOMY BOW REST 

Economy Bow Rest Per dozen pair, $3.60 

These Eests are made with a Solid Bubber Cylinder, 1%- 
inelies diameter, 2%-inches long, and Japanned Metal 
Washers. 

1 dozen pair per box. 



CRANDAL SPRING BOW REST 

Crandal Spring Bow Rest, Japanned Per doz. pair, $6.00 

1 dozen pair per box; Right and Left. 




Showing Prop attaehed to Rail. 
IMPROVED CAPITAL BOW REST 

Improved Capital Bow Best, Japanned .. Per doz. pair. $12.00 
Operates vertically on a spring. 

1 dozen pair per box. 




PIONEER BOW REST 

Pioneer Bow Rest, Silver Plated Per doz. pair, $9.00 

Pioneer Bow Rest, Japanned " 6.00 

1 dozen pair per box. 






Nos. 1 and 2 Raised Center No. 4 Flat Center 

CATLEY S BOW REST B0W REgT WASHERg 

Patent Leathei Covered 

•»"-r M *°" ££S^^:'« — -. *-.. -."S3 



1 doz. pair per box. 



Washers have % £* ronnd hole or A ,neb s q uare hole. !„ ordering be particular to specify which is wanted. 
Nos. 1 and 2, 1 gross; and No. 4, 2 gross per box. 



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§19 



VALANCES, BACK STAYS, ETC. 




mM^=z3 



Valance Applied Construction and Application 

THE LIGHTNING FRONT VALANCE 



Enameled Drill 



Each, $0.35 Moleskin Each, $0.45 

In sizes from 3 feet to 4 feet 2 inches. 
Measurements for Valances should be taken across bows from outside to outside, just below the bend. 





METAL FRONT VALANCE, JAPANNED 



Metal, Black Rubber Finish, Each. $0.50 

In sizes from 3 feet to 4 feet 2 inches. 



VALANCE CLAMPING TOOL 
For Applying Metal Valances 

Nickel Plated Each, $2 . 50 



Measurements for Valances should be taken across bows from outside to outside, just below the bend. 




METALLIC BACK STAY STRIPS 

No. 1 — Steel, tSx41 inches Per pair, - 

No. !>/»— Brass, }ijx41 inches " .40 



CATELEY'S TOP LEVER 
For Raising or Lowering Top From Inside 

Japanned Per doz., *10.00 

1 dozen pair per box. 




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CANOPY TOP STANDARDS AND SOCKETS 





r 




r 



Back 



Front 



Back 



Front 



CANOPY STANDARDS, WELDED, JAPANNED 

Size Threaded (. . . .Length ) Per 

Iron. End. Fronts. Bears. Set. 

No. 1800 B.... %-in. %-in. 36%-in. 53-in. $3.75 
Back Bend, 3% inches; Side Bend, 3% inches. 
Four Pieces per Set. 



CANOPY STANDARDS IN HALVES, BLACK 



Size 
Iron. 

No. 1810B— %-in. 
No. 1810C— %-in. 



( . . Length . . ) 

Thrded Branch Shank Total Per 

End. End. End. Length. Set. 

%-in. 36-in. 18-in. 54-in. $3.50 

%-in. 36-in. 18-in. 54-in. 5.00 

Eight Pieces per Set. 



CANOPY 


STANDARD END 




Dia. 


Dia. 


Dia & Lgth of Total 


Per 


Iron. 


Collar. 


Threaded End. Length. 


100 


No. 0— %-in. 


1-in. 


j$rxl%-in. 5-in. 


$15.00 


No. 1— %-in. 


1-in. 


%xl%-in. 5V,-in. 


15.00 




No. 1— 



No. 



CANOPY STANDARD SOCKET 
Half Round Shank 

Dia. Eye. Size Hole. Length. 

1-in. in-iii. 4-in. 

Suitable for No. 1 Standard Ends. 
10— To fit threaded end of No. 1810C Standard, 

length 4 inches $20 . 00 



Per 100. 

$15.00 





CANOPY STANDARD END 

Taper Shank 

Per 100 

No. 1846A— %-in. Iron, to fit No. 1855A Socket $15.00 

No. 1846B— %-in. Iron, to fit No. 18G3B Socket 20.00 



CANOPY STANDARD SOCKET 

Taper Hole 

Per 100. 

No. 1855A— To fit No. 1846A Standard End $15.00 

No. 1863B— To fit No. 1846B Standard End 20.00 



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CANOPY TOP IRONS 




IMPROVED STANDARD AND SOCKET 

Per doz. 

No. 479 —Socket, offset 3%-in.j height 2-in $9.00 

No. 479 l / 2 — Standard end, diameter Oi -i i> .,. tlireaded 

end %-in., length over all 5 inches 3.50 

There is a slot in the Socket and a fin on the Standard. When 
put together the Standard cannot turn in the Socket. 




CANOPY STANDARD OFFSET 
Square Offset, Drop Forged 



Size Upright. 
No. 1 %-inch. 



Size Offset. 

^-inch. . 



Per Doz. 
- . . ,$3.50 



%-in. Socket. 

2%-in. lung. 

%-in. wide. 

'4-in. Bolt. 



No. S120A— Malleable Socket, for side of body. Per lb., $0.80 
Used with No. 5130. 




'--ineh Socket. 

3 -inch long over all. 

2Mi-inch from holes to c, of Socket 

%-inch depth of Socket. 

Vi-inch Bolt. 



No. 5130— Malleable Socket, for bottom of body. Per lb., *0.20 
Used with No. 5120A 





%-i". Standard. 
3 %-in. long over all. 
1%-in. from holes to e. of Socket. 
P^-in. depth of Socket. 

i, in. Holt. 



Per doz. pair. 
No. 5135— Malleable Socket, for bottom of body $2. oil 



A C D E 

6 Vj 7'... 7 5% in. Panel. 

IS li! \;\ ii in. wide. 

1% 1% 2 ' 4 2 in. projection to c of Socket. 

'... >... >o "... in. Socket. 

II !i; in. depth of Socket. 

".', 1 :1 , 1% 1 :1 , in. Foot projection. 

ii 9(1° 90° Bevel. 




6%-incta length orer all. 

-P.j-inch length of T over all. 

Mi-inch Socket. 

%-inch depth of Socket. 

1 -inch projection to c. of hole 

Vt -inch Bolt. 



No. 5150 — Malleable Socket, for bottom of body. 




Per lb. 



No. 5010— Malleable Socket 



Per lb.. *0.20 



For Back Corners of Road 

Wagon Bodies. 
5x5 -inch long. 
inch wide. 
•--inch Socket. 
1 -inch depth of Socket. 
1',-inch projection to c. of hoi. 
In pairs, right and left. 



No. 5145 — Canopy Top Iron. 








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SYSTEM 

System has been defined, after the f anions saying of P.' T. 
Barnuin, (who, by the way, got rich by being systematic in 
the circus business), as "Neither keeping some things in 
order all of the time, nor all things in order some of the time, 
but keeping all things in order all of the time." 

System is simply another word for "Order" or 
"Method," and "Organization" may also be called 
System. 

No wonder the assumed alliance of the great corpora- 
tions is sometimes called "The System." No one ever got 
rich who was not systematic, except through pure luck, and 
even then did not keep any part of his wealth, unless he 
was at least partly systematic. 

' ' Genius ' ' is defined as consisting of "an infinite capacity 
for taking pains." We can all be geniuses, if we want to, 
by simply being thoroughly methodical, or systematic. 

System should extend to all parts of the business, — not 
only to the office functions, but to the stock keeping, labor 
methods and shop. 

A general all round clean-up, from cellar to garret, — from 
office to refuse pile, — should take place at least once a month, 
and there is no way in which system, method and order can 
be better promoted or more money made, at least in the long 
run, than by the process of periodical " eleaning-up. " 








MINOR TOP ACCESSORIES 



CARRIAGE KNOBS, 



CURTAIN FASTENERS, 

BUCKLES AND LOOPS, 



CURTAIN LIGHTS, 



ETC. 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 
Subdivision of "Minor Top Accessories" 



CARRIAGE KNOBS and CERTAIN FASTENERS arc 
principally used for the purpose of attaching back and side 
curtains of vehicle tops. They are also used, however, for 
;i variety of purposes, such as attaching storm aprons and 
.lust hoods and as fasteners for curtain roll-up straps, etc. 
Carriage Knobs are usually used as curtain fasteners on low 
and medium priced tops. The special knobs provided with 
an eye and pin, for which a staple and pin is sometimes 
substituted, are frequently used for attaching curtains of 
tops of the heavier class of vehicles. 

DEIVE KNOBS and SCEEW KNOBS are fastened to 
the bows of the top, EIVET KNOBS to the Shifting Bail and 
TUBULAB and SPLIT SHANK KNOBS to the Back Stays, 
some being made for the application of one and others for 
fastening two curtains, usually designated Single and Double 
Curtain Knobs. 

KNOB EYELETS, as indicated by the name, are used 
to form button holes in the curtains, as a means for fasten- 
ing the curtains to the carriage knobs. 

WAGON CURTAIN PATCHES are usually used on heavy 
wagon curtains, either in connection with staples or screw 
eyes, in much the same manner as carriage knobs and knob 
eyelets. 

CURTAIN FASTENERS arc used principally on tops of 
higher grades and on automobile tops, and are obtainable in 
various styles, the method of attachment varying as follows: 
' ' For attachment with screws, ' ' "to rivet, ' ' "to screw * ' 
and "to clinch," a further variation being Single, Double 
and Triple curtain fasteners. Special tools are necessary for 
the purpose of eutting the holes in curtains for certain 
curtain fastener eyelets. 

CANOPY TOP HOOKS are used to support Canopy Top 
Curtains from Canopy Top Frame, button holes in the 
cnrtain being usually formed by the insertion of grommets. 



BUCKLE and STRAP LOOPS are used for the purpose of 
fastening back and side curtains to the Back Stays. The 
buckles are fastened to the Back Stays and the straps to 
the curtain, double buckles being used where both back and 
side curtains are to be fastened and single buckles where one 
curtain only is to be fastened, in which latter instance the 
other curtain is fastened by means of a carriage knob or 
curtain fastener. The loops on buckles act as strap end 
keepers, the loop on the strap serving solely to match up 
the loop on the buckle. 

SINGLE LOOPS, without attached strap or buckle, are 
used in making up special buckle and strap loops. 

Straps, simply with circular dies instead of loops, usually 
called CURTAIN STRAPS, are used in connection with 
cheaper classes of work. 

ROLL-UP STRAPS are attached to the inside of the back 
bow, being provided with a button hole at the point, which 
may be buttoned over carriage knobs or curtain fasteners 
attached to the outside of the back bow, thus holding the 
back curtain in a rolled-up position. 

CURTAIN LIGHTS are of two classes, for use in loose 
curtains of light vehicles, and in tops of closed vehicles. 
Loose Curtain Lights consist of three parts, inside frame, 
outside frame and glass, which are combined and fastened 
or clinched into the curtain by means of prongs on the out- 
side frame. Closed-vehicle lights consist of two pieces, the 
metal frame and the glass, which are combined and attached 
to wood frames by bending the tin starts, which project 
from the metal frame, around and back of the wood frame, 
the whole, in turn, being fastened into the vehicle top. 

TRANSPARENT CELLULOID or FLEXIBLE GLASS 
is frequently used as a substitute for regular glass curtain 
lights in the tops of business buggies and where tops are 
otherwise subject to hard usage, and in vehicle storm aprons 
and fronts. Its use is very desirable in curtains which have 
to be rolled up. 



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§21 



CARRIAGE KNOBS 



X J[ K A 

No. 80 No. 81 No. 82 No. 2 

JAPANNED, TO DRIVE 





No. 3 



No. 99 No. 144 



No. 80 — %-itt. Barbed Shank, single curtain. .Per gross, $11.7", 
No.. 81 — %-in. Round Shank, single curtain.. " .66 

No. 82 — %-in. Square Shank, single curtain.. " .66 

No. 2 — "s-in. Round Shank, double curtain. . " .72 



No. 3 — %-in. Square Shank, dbl. curtain. .Per gross, $0.72 
No. 99 — %-in. Round Shank, double (hvy). " 1.35 

No. 144 — %-in. Round Sh:ink, sgl. ( Brewster) " 1.50 




f 




Nos. 18 and 27 No. 36 No. 23M Nos. 126 and 126S No. 180 

JAPANNED, TO SCREW 



No. 162 



No. 108 and Pin 



No. 18 — %-in. Shank, single curtain Per gross, $1.90 

No. 27 — % in. Shank, double curtain " 1.26 

No. 36 — %-in. Shank, single curtain i.... " 1.20 

No. 23M — 1%-in. Shank, single curtain " 2.25 

No. 126 — %-in. Shank, single (Brewster).. •' 1.65 



Per <^n.. 

No. 126B — %-in. 'Shank, single curtain (Brewster) $1.65 

No. 180 — %-in. Shank, single curtain, button head. . . 1 .2n 

No. 162 — %-in. Shank, single curtain, hook head 

No. 108 — %-in. Shank, single, eve head with pin J.'.l(i 








No. 55 



No. 72 



No. 63 



No. 135 



No. 90 



No. 171 



JAPANNED, TO RIVET 



No. 55 — %-in. Round .shank, single curtain. .Per gross. $11.75 
No. 72 — %-in. Round Shank, double curtain. " 1,08 

No. 63 — %-in. Round Shank, single curtain. . ,M 



Per 
No. 135 — %-in. Round shank, sgl. curtain (Brewster) - 
No. 90 — %-in. Round Shank, concave base. sgl. 
No. 171 — %-in. Round Shank, button hd., sgl cnrtain.. .96 



All o^ above one gross per box 



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CARRIAGE KNOBS 



* I * 






No. 117X 



No. 13 



No. 55X No. 135X 

TUBULAR AND SPUT SHANK KNOBS, 

Per gross Per gross 

No. 55X— %-in. Tubular Shank, with washers, Japd.. $1.80 No. 117X — %-in. Split Shank, with washers, Japd $1.50 

No. 135X— %-in. Tub. Shk., with wshrs., Brewster, Japd.. 1.80 No. 13 — y 2 -in. Dbl. Pt., with washers, Brewster, Japd. 1.65 







No. 811 No. 198 

NICKELED OR POLISHED BRASS KNOBS CONCORD STAPLE AND KEY 

Per gross Per gross 

No. 811 Drive — %-inch Shank, dbl. curtain $5 . 25 Staple and Key, Japanned $3 . 00 

No. 198 Screw— %-inch Shank, dbl. curtain 9.00 

BEFOBE USING ^t * s ° B "' E " 

U RIVITEO AS CLINCHED 

No. 11 No. 16 

No. 117— SPLIT SHANK KNOBS WROUGHT STEEL KNOBS 

Per gross Per gross 

No. 117— %-inch Shank, Japanned $0.90 No. 11 Drive— %-in. Shank, sgl. curtain, Japanned. . . .$0.66 

A good general purpose knob. No. 16 Drive— %-in. Shank, dbl. curtain, Japanned 75 












No. 19 



No - 1* No. 18 Ko. 13 

WROUGHT STEEL KNOBS 
To Screw To Eivet 

£» \tj£^ ^t' ft,' CUrta - n ' Japd - Per gr ° 8S ' $1 - 2 ° N °- 13 -%-i»- 8h«»k. single curtain, Japd.Per gross, $0.69 

No. 18-%-,n. Shank, double cnrta.n, Japd. •• 1.35 No. 19-%-in. Shank, double curtain, Japd 

All of above, one gross per box. 



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§22 



KNOB EYELETS AND CURTAIN PATCHES 





Nos. 1 or 5 

Front View 



Nos. 2 or 6 

Front View 




Nos. 1 or 2 
Back View 




Nos. 5 or 6 

Back View 



KNOB EYELETS 



No. 1 — Harness Leather Center, six prong.. Per gross, $0.80 
No. 5 — Harness Leather Center, four prong. " .80 



No. 2 — Pebble Leather Center, six prong. .Per gross, $0.70 
No. 6 — Pebble Leather Center, four prong.. " .70 






No. 4— KNOB EYELET No. 8— KNOB EYELET 

No. 4 — Metal Back Plate, four prong Per gross, $0.03 No. 8 — Harness Lea,, Cen. 5 prongs, 1% in. dia. .Per gro., $1. 

For Knob Eyelet Punch see Trimmers' Tools. 






DICKERSON EYELET 

No. 12 — Pebble Leather Center, five prong. ,Per gross, $0.80 



TALCOTTS ELASTIC BUTTON HOLES 

No. 10 — Oval Center Per gross. $4.00 

Metal parts brass. Japanned, prongs, pure gum centers. 





No. 1 Back View Curtain Patch Screw Eye 

WAGON CURTAIN PATCHES 

No. 1 — 4 Prong Patch, Japd. screw eyes.... Per gross, $4.00 No, 1 — Japanned Screw Ey< 

Mo. 2 — 5 Prong Patch, Japd. scre^ 6.00 No. 2 — Japanned Screw T.y - 

All of above One Gross per Box. 






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CURTAIN FASTENERS 







No. 1 or 01 



Cast Patch and Wrought Plate No. 4 or 04 

BREWSTER CURTAIN FASTENERS 



Wrought Patch and Plate 



Full Nickeled 

No. 1 — Single Curtain, for screws Per doz., 2.25 

No. 2 — Single Curtain, to rivet " 2 . 25 

No. 3 — Double Curtain, for screws " 2 . 75 

No. 4— Double Curtain, to rivet " 2 . 75 

Extra Cast Patches ami Wrought Plates, nickeled " .90 



No. 01 
No. 02 
No. 03 
No. 04 



Polished Brass 

— Single Curtain, for screws Per doz., $2.25 







— Single Curtain, to rivet 

— Double Curtain, for screws 

— Double Curtain, to rivet 

No. 03y 4 — Sgl. Curtain, to screw (Concave Base) 
No. 03% — Dbl. Curtain, to rivet (Concave Base) 
Extra, Wrght Patches & Plates, Polished Brass 



2.25 
2.75 
2.75 
2.50 
"3.00 
.50 





No. 130 or 13 



Japanned 

No. 130 — Single Curtain, 
No. 140 — Single Curtain, 
No. 150— Single Curtain, 
No. 160 — Single Curtain, 
No. 170— Double Curtain, 
No. 180 — Double Curtain, 
No. 190 — Double Curtain. 
No. 200— Double Curtain 
Extra Wrought Patches 



Wrought Patch and Plate 

CLIMAX 
Base, Nickeled Top 



No. 180 or 18 



No. 160 or 16 



to screw, flat base. .Per doz., 

to clinch, flat base ... " 

to rivet, flat base. ... "■ 

to rivet, concave base " 

to screw, flat base... " 

to clinch, flat base. . . " 

to rivet, flat base .... * ' 

to rivet, concave base il 

Hid Plates, nickeled.. " 



CURTAIN FASTENERS 

Polished Brass 

$1.25 No. 13 — Single Curtain, to screw, flat base. . . .Per doz., $1.50 

1.25 No. 14 — Single Curtain, to clinch, flat base " 1.50 

1.25 No. 15 — Single Curtain, to rivet, flat base " 1.50 

1.25 No. 16 — Single Curtain, to rivet, coneave base. " 1.50 

1.50 No. 17 — Double Curtain, to screw, flat base.... '-' 1.75 

1.50 No. 18 — Double Curtain, to clinch, flat base . " 1.75 

1.50 No. 19 — Double Curtain, to rivet, flat base " 1.75 

1.50 No. 20 — Double Curtain, to rivet, concave base. " 1.75 

.60 Extra Wrght Patches and Plates, polished brass " .60 



HD 0*0 ^ 

No. Ill or 011 Wrought Patch and Plate No. 112 or 012 




No. 113 or 013 



in 



Japanned Base, Nickeled Top 

— Sgl. Curtain, to screw, riat base. . .Per 
111 1 /: — Sgl. Curt., screws, flat base, Brewster 

112 — Single Curtain, to clinch, 2 prong.. 
II2V2 — Single Curtain, to clinch, 4 prong. . 

113 — Single Curtain, to rivet, concave base 
No. 1131/2 — Single Curtain, to rivet, flat base.. 
No. 114 — Double Curtain, to rivet, concave base 
No. 114V 2 — Double Curtain, to rivot, fiat base. . 
No. 115 — Double Curtain, to screw, flat base . 
Extra Wrt. Patches 311a Plates, black enamel 



EXCELSIOR CURTAIN FASTENERS 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



<loz.. 



$1.25 
1.25 



1.30 
1.35 

.15 



All Curtain Fasteners one dozen per box. 



Polished Brass 

No. 011 — Sgl. Curtain, to screw, flat base. . .Per doz., $1.90 

No. 012 — Single Curtain, to clinch, 2 prong.. " 1.50 

No. 013 — Single Curtain, to rivet, concave base " 1.75 

No. 013y 2 — Single Curtain, to rivet, flat base. . " 1.75 

No. 015 — Double Curtain, to screw, flat base. " 2.25 

Extra Wrt. Patches and Plates, nickld or pol. brass " .40 



Oval Curtain Fastener Punch, 9/16-in. . Each, $1.50 

Patches and Plates one gross per box. 



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CURTAIN FASTENERS 




•afflSK^^^W m 





No. 1 



No. 2 



No. 33 



Eyelet and Plate 



PEERLESS CURTAIN FASTNERS, Polished Brass 



No. 1 — Single Curtain, to clinch, four prong.. Per 100, $6.25 
No. 2 — single Curtain, to screw, flat base. .. . " 7.25 

No. 3 — Single Curtain, to rivet, concave base. " 7.25 

No. 11 — Double Curtain, to clinch, four prong.. " 7.25 

Extra Eveletsand Plates, brass Per iloz., .40 



No. 22 — Double Curtain, to screw, flat base.... Per 100, $8.25 
No. 33 — Double Curtain, to rivet, concave base. " 8.25 

No. 15 — Triple Curtain, to screw, flat base.... " 10.00 

Extra Brass Screws Per doz., .211 

Extra Brass Rivets " .20 



100 per box. 










No. 101 



No. 102 



No. 103 



Eyelet and Washer 



MOTOR" CURTAIN FASTENERS, Polished Brass 



No. 100 — Sgl. Curt., rvts. or screws, flat base. Per doz., $1.50 No. 102 — Trip. Curt., rvts. or screws, flat base. Per doe,, ,$2. 30 

No. 101— Did. Curt., rvts. or screws, flat base. " lv8G No. 103 — Sgl. Curt., rvts. or screws, eoncv. base •■ 1.7" 

Extra Eyelets and Washers for above Per doz., - 

1 gross per box. 





No. 110 Rivet 



No. Ill Plate No. 112 Rivet 



EYELET PUNCH 

No. 160 — Eyelet Punch Each. $3.50 



Used to punch 
Fasteners. 



holes for insertion of Eyelets of Motor 




RIVETS AND PLATES, For Motor Fasteners 

No. 110 — Brass Split Rivets for Back Stays.. Per 

No. 112— Brass Solid Rivets for rails 1.25 

No. Ill — Brass Plates to use with Xo. 112 Rivets " .75 




RELIABLE CURTAIN FASTENERS, Brass 

No. 13 — Single Curtain, for rvts.. with plates. .Per doz.. $] 
No. 23 — Double Curtain, for rvts.. with plates. . 1 .00 

Extra Kyelets for above .35 

One gross per box. 

All of above illustrations of Fasteners, Eyelets and Plates are exact size 



COMBINATION PUNCH 

Combination Punches I 

I'scd for punching holes for insertion of Eyelets of Brew- 
ster, Climax and other Curtain Fasten 






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CURTAIN FASTENERS AND TOOLS 




No. 21 or 22 




No. 27 or 28 





No. 29 or 30 



NEW YORK CURTAIN FASTENERS 
Polished Brass 



No. 30 or 31 



With Tubular Eyelets and Washers 

Per doz. 

No. 21 — Single Curtain, split tubular rivet $1.10 

No. 23 — Single Curtain, to screw 1.10 

No. 25 — Single Curtain, to rivet 1.10 

No. 27 — Double Curtain, split tubular rivet 1.25 

No. 29 — Double Curtain, to screw 1 . 25 

No. 31 — Double Curtain, to rivet 1.25 



With Toothed Eyelets and Washer 

Per doz. 

No. 22 — Single Curtain, split tubular rivet $1.25 

No. 24 — Single Curtain, to screw 1.25 

No. 26 — Single Curtain, to rivet 1 . 25 

No. 28 — Double Curtain, split tubular rivet 1.40 

No. 30 — Double Curtain, to screw 1.40 

No. 32 — Double Curtain, to rivet 1.40 



One gross per box. 







TUBULAR EYELETS AND WASHERS TOOTHED EYELETS AND WASHERS 

Extra Tubular Eyelets and Washers Per doz., $0.35 Extra Toothed Eyelets and Washers Per doz., $0.40 

The above styles of Eyelets and Washers are furnished with New York Curtain Fasteners. 






Brace Tool 

Each $1.25 

Tsed to insert New York Screw Curtain 
Fasteners. 



Anvil 

Each $1.25 

Used' to insert New York Rivet Curtain 
Fasteners. 



Punch 

No. 125 Each, $4.50 

Used to cut holes for insertion of New 
York Curtain Fastener Eyelet. 






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CURTAIN FASTENERS AND HOOKS 




Fig. 1 





Fig. 3 



Fiff. 4 




GLOVE BUTTON FASTENERS 



Per Gross. 

24 Line, Polished Brass, Figs. 1 and - complete $4.5u 

24 Line, Polished Brass, Figs. I and 3 complete 9.00 

24 Line, Polished Brass, Figs. 1 and 4 Complete 7.26 

28 Line. Pol. Brass, Nickl. or Japd., Figs. 1 and 2 com. 6.00 

28 Line, Pol. Brass, Nickl. or Japd., Pigs. 1 and 3 com.12.00 

28 Line, Pol. Brass, Nickl. or Japd., Figs, l and I coin, 9.75 

1 Gross per Box. 




The above illustration shows the application of the 
various styles of these Curtain Fasteners to the curtains and 
woodwork. May also be used on Slip Covers. 
Extra Diss, set of 4, for any size Fastener .... Per set, $4.50 

Cast Iron Bench Block for setting Dies Bach, 2.26 

Screw Driver for Figure 4 Screw Stud " 4.50 




No. 150 



No. 250 



HIGGINS ADJUSTABLE CURTAIN FASTENERS 

No. 150— Black, Japanned, for Back Stays, . .Per 100, $9.00 No. 250— Black. Japanned, for Back - 

100 per Box. 100 Per Box. 



Per h 






No. 2 No. 4 No. 75 

CANOPY TOP HOOKS 



No. 2, Japd.— Hook Head. Willi Orommets. .Per gro., 
No. 4, Japd. — Plain Hook, with Grommcts. 
No. 75, Japd. — Cup Hook, with Orommets 
1 Gross per Box. 



2.40 





No. 8 No. 81 

EYES AND HOOKS 



No. 7 — Bright Screw Byes' 

No. 8 — Bright B 
No. 81 — Brass Gup H 

1 Gross per Box. 









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BUCKLE AND STRAP LOOPS 





DOUBLE BUCKLE, METAL LOOP 

No. 1— %-ineh Buckle, 2*4 inches long Per 100, $3.20 

No. 7— %-ineh Buckle, 2 inches long " 3.00 



SINGLE BUCKLE, METAL LOOP 

No. 2 — %-inch Buckle, 2% inches long Per 100, $3.00 

Used with No. 3 Single Strap Loop. 




No. 



SINGLE STRAP, METAL LOOP 

-%-inch Strap, 2% inches long Per 100, $3.00 



DOUBLE BUCKLE, METAL LOOP 

No. 1G — %-in. Buckle, 2% inches long Per 100, $3.50 





SINGLE BUCKLE, METAL LOOP SINGLE STRAP, METAL LOOP 

No. 2G-^%-inch Buckle, 1% inches long Per 100, $3.25 No. 3G — %-inch Strap, 1% inches long Per 100, $3.25 





DOUBLE BUCKLE, HARNESS LEATHER LOOP SINGLE STRAP, HARNESS LEATHER LOOP 

Per 100. • Per 100. 

No. 10— Metal Lined, %-ineh Buckle, 2% inches long.. $6. 00 No. 13— Metal Lined, Strap Loop, %-in. Strap, 2 in. long $6.00 

No. 11— Metal Lined, %-inch Buckle, 2% inches long. . 5.40 No. 12— Metal Lined, Buckle Loop, %-in. Strap, 2 in. long 6.00 





DOUBLE BUCKLE, PATENT LEATHER LOOP SINGLE BUCKLE, PATENT LEATHER LOOP 

Per 100. 
No. 14-Meta] Lined, %-inch Buckle, 2% inches long. . .$6.50 No. 8-Metal Lined, %-in. Buckle, 2 in. long. .Per 100, $6.50 

All of above 100 per Box. 







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SINGLE STRAP LOOP 

Patent Leather 

No. 8 — Leather, •"•sin. Strap, 2 in. long Per 100, -f H . -Ti 

Used with No. 8 Single Buckle Loop. 



PRESSED LEATHER LOOP 

To Sew to Curtain 



No. 22— %-inch, High 
No. 24 — %-inch, Low . 



. Per Gross, $7.00 

T.llll 




No. e CURTAIN STRAP 

Japanned 

Per 100. 
No. 6 — B.st Harness Leather, metallic rim, <> clinches. .$2.50 




No. 8 CURTAIN STRAP 
Japanned 

No. 8 — Urst Harness Leather, billet riveted to metallic 

fastener, 4 clinches Per 100, $1 .80 



No. 10 CURTAIN STRAP 
Japanned 

IVr 100. 
No. 10 — Best Harness Leather, metallic rim, J clinches. .$2,00 




No. 14 CANOPY CURTAIN FASTENER 
Head to match No. 8 Curtain Strap 



No. 14 — Japanned Buckle, i clinches. 



.Per IOO, $2.75 



No. 1 ROLL-UP STRAP 



No. 3 ROLL-UP STRAP 



No. 1— Full Patent Leather Per 100, $5.00 No. 8 — Full Patent Leather Per Inn, 

No. 11 — Patent Leather Pace, Enameled Buck : 1 . .""••> No. 13 — Patent Leather Pace, Enameled Back " 

All of above 100 per box, except Pressed Leather Loops, — 1 Gross per Box. 



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CURTAIN LIGHTS 




OVAL PATTERN 

Japanned Frame 



Nos 1 


3 


8 


9 


10 


Opening, inches 2%x4% 


3%x5% 


2x5 »/s 


4%x6y 2 


2%x4% 


Plain Glass, aoz. $1.40 


$2.50 


$1.40 


$5.00 


$1.40 


Bevld Glass, doz. 6.00 


7.00 


6.00 






Boxes contn doz. 1 


% 


1 


% 


1 




FLAT OVAL PATTERN 
Japanned Frame 

Nos 21 24 

Opening, inches 2x6 I%x5% 

Plain Glass, per doz $5.00 $0.80 

Beveled Glass, per doz »12.00 f4.00 

Boxes contain dozen 1 1 

•Polished Brass Frame. tJapanned Frame. 




RECTANGULAR PATTERN 
Japanned Frame. 



Nos 7 


12 


14 


15 
I%x5% 


20 


Opening, inches 2%x5 


I%x5 


4%x7 


2%x5? 


Plain Glass, doz. $1.50 


$0.50 


$6.00 


$0.70 


$2.70 


BevklGlass,doz. 7.00 


2.50 


14.00 


3.00 


10.00 


Boxes contn, doz. 1 


1 


3.;> 


1 


% 



ARCH PATTERN 
Japanned Frame 

No 17 

Opening, inches 2%x5 

Plain Glass ; $1.50 

Boxes contain, dozen 1 





As attached inside of curtain As attached outside of curtain 

PERFECTION CURTAIN LIGHT 

Size of Opening, inches, I%x4%, Plain Glass 

This Light presents the same finish on the inside as on the outside! 
One Dozen per Box. 



Per Doz., $0.80 



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CIRCULAR PATTERN 

Nos *13 t30 *6>/ 2 

Opening, inches 4H 4 O 1 ^ 

Plain Glass, Japanned Frame, per doz. $4.00 $4.00 

Beveled Glass, Japanned Frame, per doz. 9.00 9.00 .... 

Beveled Glass, Silvered Frame, per doz .... $36.00 



ROUND END PATTERN 

No 23 

Opening, inches 4x(i 

Beveled Glass, Silvered Frame Per doz., $15.00 

Has metal filled molding, with tin starts for wood backs. 





No. 33 



No. 95 % 



KEYSTONE PATTERN 

Nos fl8 *33 

Opening, inches 3x4x7 3x4x7 

Plain Glass, Japanned Frame, per doz. $6.00 

Beveled Glass, Japanned Frame, per doz. 14. 00 14 . 00 

*Metal molding, %-in., with tin starts for wood backs. 
fMetal molding^prongs, and perforated back for curtains. 



LANDAU PATTERN 

No Ho', 

Opening, inches 5' 4 x<* 

Beveled Glass. Silvered Frame Per doz.. $45. On 

No. Ho 1 ! has : v-ineh metal filled molding, with Tin Starts, 
and wide bevel French plate glass. For Wood Backs. 



No. 16 — Size, inches. 20x50. 
No. 20 — Size, inches, 20x50. 



All of above. One-half Dozen per Box. 
TRANSPARENT CELLULOID (Flexible Glass) 



Numbers of Celluloid indicate thickness in thousandths of an inch. 



Per sheet. - 



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TRIMMING AN ART 

Vehicle trimming, as a branch of business, has not 
received the attention it should. This is owing to the fact 
that it is an art, as well as a mechanical branch, and has 
a personality imparted to it by the artistic taste of the 
workman. 

One difficulty, often overlooked until it is too late to 
remedy it, is the conformation of all parts to be trimmed; 
harmony is at all times an essential element. 

A trimmer needs to be an artist; he muBt be an expert 
in colors, so that the style of trimming selected may produce 
the best results. 

Defects in trimming reveal themselves more readily than 
those in any other department; putty gives the painter a 
level surface, even if it be fictitious, but a cushion that is 
askew, or not evenly tufted, stands forth in all its defects; 
if the leather on a top, dash, or fender, is badly drawn on, 
wrinkles tell the story of carleBsness or want of skill; a 
cushion unevenly stuffed is sure to bring complaints from the 
user; bad stitching stares the buyer in the face, and all 
efforts to correct the evils after they are created result in 
failure. 

The trimmer should not confine himself to the mere 
mechanics of his profession. A thorough knowledge of ma- 
terials, their characteristics, adaptability to specific uses, 
grade and quality are equally as important as the mechanical 
knowledge. A study of colors, the effects produced by 
certain shades when given forms, harmony of the whole 
when grouped, inside ornaments and artistic designs, are all 
absolutely necessary, if the workman aspires to be more 
than a mere automaton. 













TOPS, SUN-SHADES, CUSHIONS, ETC. 



BUGGY, 



EXTENSION 



and CANOPY 



TOPS 



CANOPIES and 

UMBRELLAS, 

SEAT CUSHIONS 

and BACKS 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Subdivision of "Tops, Sun Shades, Cushions, Etc." 



BUGGY TOPS are of two types, Three Bow and Four 
Bow, the latter being used in the construction of tops 
where extra strength and durability are required. The 
three bow top is consequently somewhat cheaper. On account 
of the greater angle of the front bow of the three bow top, 
less obstruction is presented in getting in or out of the 
vehicle. 

The KAM'S HORN TOP, which is made both three bow 
and four bow, is simply a modification of the two types, the 
front, or Eam's Horn Bow, being attached at about the 
middle point of the main or the next adjoining bow, thus 
presenting little or no obstruction in getting in and out 
of the vehicle. 

The principal characteristics of the PHAETON TOP are 
the short Bow Sockets which it is necessary to use on the 
high sides of the Phaeton Seat, ana the usual use of curved 
top braces. 

EXTENSION TOPS are necessarily used on long-bodied 
vehicles, having two or more seats, being called Extension 
Tops on account of the operation necessary in raising the 
top, when the forward portion of the top must be lifted or 
extended forward, since, when folded, the lower ends of 
the Bow Sockets are all concentrated at or near one point 
at the shifting rail Goose-Neck. 

CANOPY TOPS are made for vehicles having one or more 
seats. ' The front standards in both instances are usually 
attached to the seat — to the front seat in vehicles having 
two or more seats, — whereas the rear standards, in the case 
of one seat canopies are attached to the inside or outside of 
the body at the rear corners, and, in the case of canopies 
for vehicles of two or more seats, are fastened through the 
bottom of the body in the rear corners, or to the back of 
the rear seat. 

EXPRESS and other DELIVERY WAGON TOPS are 
constructed with long bows, which perform the functions 
both of top standards and ribs for the frame, being fastened 
to the wagon-bed by means of irons for the purpose. 

All classes of tops may be equipped with detachable 
curtains for protection against the weather, etc., the rear 
curtain of light vehicles not usually being detachable, but 
being " so arranged as to roll up from the bottom. All 
curtains on Express and Delivery Wagon Tops are usually 
roll-up curtains, similar to light vehicle back curtains. 

CANOPIES are of two classes, tilting and stationary. The 
former may be tilted in any direction, but the latter, how- 
ever, may be tilted sideways by loosening the set screw 
whereby the canopy is attached to the standard. Both classes 
of canopies are so attached that they may be removed from 
the vehicle and folded similarly to an umbrella. 

WAGON UMBRELLAS and SUN SHADES a T e princi- 
pally used as a protection from the sun, but in any case serve 



as a good cheap substitute for buggy tops and other forms of 
vehicle tops. 

ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE SUN SHADES are generally 
used on Canopy Tops and are so contrived as to be easily 
changed to different positions on the Canopy Top Standards, 
from the interior of the vehicle. 

STORM APRONS are attached to the dash either by 
means of springs which hold the apron in position, or by 
means of a pocket in the apron into which the dash closely 
fits. A Storm Apron is supported by means of straps on 
either side which attach to Apron Hooks or Carriage Knobs, 
fastened inside of the bows. An opening is provided through 
which the reins pass when used on horse-drawn vehicles or 
through which the steering wheel passes when used on auto- 
mobiles. 

DUST HOODS should be provided in connection with all 
tops to protect the top lining and to give a finished appear- 
ance when the top is folded. Dust Hoods are fastened by 
means of curtain fasteners or carriage knobs on the seat 
back and front bow. 

SEAT CUSHIONS are of two classes, Filled Cushions and 
Spring Cushions. In the former some sort of filling material 
alone is used; in the latter cushion springs are used, over the 
top of which some form of filling material is placed. 
Cushions are finished in Plain and Biscuit Tops, the latter 
style being accomplished by running pleats at right angles at 
regular intervals through the cushion covering and depress- 
ing the cushion top at the points of intersection of the pleats 
by use of tufting or other upholstering buttons, which also 
serve to prevent the cushion filling from shifting. Cushions 
are made both with and without a Fall, which is the term 
applied to the flap that hangs 'down from the front of the 
cushion over the opening in front of the seat. 

THIRD SEATS are simply a convenience whereby a third 
passenger may be carried on a vehicle seat, being so shaped 
as to be placed between the two occupants of the vehicle 
seat without inconvenience, and may be folded when not in 

use. 

SEAT BACKS are plain and pleated and consist of 
several classes: PART BACKS, DROP BACKS and SOLID 
BACKS. The first-named Backs do not fill up the full width 
from cushion to top of back and are supported by Arm Rails 
and Back Standards. Drop Backs are virtually false backs 
attached to part backs. Neither of these two classes of 
backs are equipped' with springs. Solid Backs completely fill 
up the space from the seat to the top of the back, no back 
standards being used, but arm rails being applied to serve as 
a brace and finish. Solid backs are frequently equipped with 
springs underneath a facing of filling material, this upholster- 
ing being backed up with a solid wood back. • 







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BUGGY TOPS 




GENERAL INFORMATION 



3-Bow Regular Top 
NET EXTRAS ON BUGGY TOPS 

Bow Steel Sockets $0.50 

Bow Barn's Horn Steel Sockets 50 

Bow Bam 's Horn Steel Sockets 75 

Bow Leather Covered Sockets 2.75 

Bow Leather Covered Sockets 3.50 

Bow Leather Covered Extension Sockets 4 . 50 

Bow Leather Covered lam 's Horn Sockets 3 . 25 

Bow Leather Covered Barn's Horn Sockets 4.00 

Solid Shifting Bail 50 

Dust Pocket Lining 50 

Corded Head Lining 50 

Nickel Plated Top Prop Nuts 25 

Patent Fasteners (8) on Back Stays 50 

Whipcord Lining No. 40 to No. 70, inclusive 1.75 

Whipcord Lining No. 80 to 100, inclusive 2.50 



Prices of Buggy Tops include the Shifting Bails, but 
not the seat, lazy back or cushion, all of which are extra. 

Order all Tops by Number. 

Stato whether three or four bow top is desired; if not 
stated, we will send three bow. 

When top is ordered a certain distance "between the 
bows," we understand this to be thg distance between the 
collars of the goose-necks and send tops to correspond. 

If the Shifting Bail is not wanted, deduct from all tops 
50 cents net. 

All tops shipped crated flat or wrapped in burlap as 
ordered. 

Crating material or burlap charged at cost. 

Extra charge for tops shipped open or standing 75 cents 
to $1.25 each. 

NET EXTRAS FOR IRONING SEATS 

Buggy Seats for Folding Top $1 .50 

Buggy Seats for Canopy Top 1.50 

Surrey Seats for Folding Top 3.75 

Surrey Seats for Canopy Top 2.25 

Phaeton Seats for Folding Top 3.75 

Phaeton Seats for Canopy Top 2.25 

Spring Wagon Seats for Extension Top 3 . 00 

Spring Wagon Seats for Canopy Top 4.50 

Above prices apply for regular ironing only. Special ironing 
charged according to style of work required. 



ORDERING DIRECTIONS 

Do not ask us to guess particulars 



Buggy Tops 



Order by Number; state whether three or four bow 
and whether with green or blue lining, for example: 

"1 — No. 40, 3 Bow Top, green lined, for unironed seat, 
35 inches out to out on top." 

Measure all unironed seats from out to out, on top . 
E to F. 

If seat is ironed, give distance from center to center of 
holes in seat irons — S to W. 

Orders for Tops will be filled with three bow, green 
lined, unless ordered otherwise. , 

Phaeton Tops 

Give measurement from collar to collar of goose neck, 
A to A, if seat is ironed. If not ironed, so state and give 
measurement from out to out on top of seat, A to A. 

Give length of back, out to out, B to B. 

Measurement from seat bottom, F, up to a level line of 
goose neck centers as shown by dotted line, A to A, and 
down to F, or if seat is not ironed, to . a level line on top 
of seat at that place. 

From center of goose neck, A, to back side of seat back 
at B. 

From bottom of back stay at C, down to a level line of 
•eat bottom, as indicated by dotted line. 

The upward curve of back panel from E down to B. 

The outward swell of hack panel from D, in center to 
line B. 




For Buggy Tops 




For Phaeton Tops 



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BUGGY TOPS 



No. ENAMELED DRILL 

Cotton Drill Head and Stay Lining, back and side cur- 
tains, colored black enameled drill, wrought iron joints and 
adjustable rail. 

42-inch. Bows and under Each, $16.50 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.00 

No. 250 Union Cloth lining. " -75 

6 oz., all wool cloth lining " 1-00 

Phaeton Top " 1-50 

No. 00 ENAMELED DUCK 

Cotton Drill Head and Stay Lining, back and side cur- 
tains, colored back enameled duck, wrought iron joints and 
adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $17.50 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.00 

No. 250 Union Cloth lining " .75 

6 oz., all wool cloth lining " 1.00 

Imitation rubber drill lining, green or black.. " 1.00 

Phaeton Top " 1.50 

No. 000 HEATH'S ENAMELED DUCK 

No. 250 Union Cloth Head and Stay Lining, back and 
side curtains, Heath's colored back enameled duck, wrought 
iron joints and adjustable rail. * . 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $18.50 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1 . 00 

6 oz., all wool cloth lining " 1.00 

Imitation rubber drill lining, green or black.. " 1.00 

Phaeton Top " 1.50 

No. 01 RUBBER DRILL, 18 OZ. 

Cotton Drill Head and Stay Lining, back and side curtains, 
colored back rubber drill, wrought iron joints and adjustable 
rail. 

42-ineh Bows and under Each, $17.50 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.00 

No. 250 Union Cloth Lining '< .75 

6 oz. All Wool Cloth Lining " 1.00 

Imitation rubber drill lining, green or black.. " 1.00 

Phaeton Top " 1 . 50 





4-Bow White Canvas Top 



3-Bow Rams Horn Top 
No. 10 RUBBER DRILL, 20 OZ. 

Seven ounce, all wool cloth head and stay lining, back and 
side curtains, colored back enameled drill, wrought iron. 
joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $18.00' 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.00 

Colored back rubber drill, back and side curtains. " .75- 

Back Curtain, lined with 7-oz. all wool cloth.. " 1.50 

Imitation rubber drill lining, green or black.. " 1.00 

Phaeton Top " 1.50' 

No. 30 WHITE COTTON DUCK 

No. 8 Cotton Duck, unlined; wrought iron joints and 
adjustable rail. A very serviceable top, suitable for travel- 
ing salesmen, especially in warm climate. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $19.50' 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.25 

7 oz. all wool cloth lining throughout " 3.75 

Imitation rubber drill lining throughout " 2.50 

Phaeton Top " 1.50 

No. 40 RUBBER DRILL, 22 OZ. 

Seven ounce all wool cloth head and stay lining, back and 
side curtains, 18 oz. colored back rubber drill, wrought iron 
joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $20.25 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1 . 25 

Back curtain lined with 7 oz. all wool cloth... " 1.50 

Imitation rubber drill lining throughout " l.OO 

Phaeton Top ' " 1.50 

No. 50 RUBBER DRILL, 26 OZ. 

Seven ounce all wool cloth head and stay lining, back 
and side curtains, 22 oz. colored back rubber drill, wrought 
iron joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $21.00 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.25 

Back curtain lined. 7 oz. all wool cloth " 1.50 

Imitation rubber drill lining throughout " 1.00 

Phaeton Top " 1 . 50 



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4-Bow Regular Top 



No. 55 RUBBER DRILL, 28 OZ. 

Eight ounce all wool cloth head and stay lining, back 
and side curtains, 26 oz. colored back rubber drill, wrought 
iron joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $22.50 

■44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.50 

Back Curtain lined, 8 oz. all wool cloth " 2.00 

Imitation rubber drill lining throughout " 1.00 

Phateon Top " 1.50 

No. 60 RUBBER DUCK, 32 OZ. 

Eight ounce all wool cloth head and stay lining, back 
and side curtains, 28 oz. colored back rubber duck, wrought 
iron joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $24.75 

44-inch Bows and over , Extra, 1.50 

Back Curtain lined, 8 oz all wool cloth " 2.00 

Imitation rubber drill lining throughout " 1.00 

Phateon Top " 1.50 

No. 65 LEATHER QUARTER 

Split Leather Quarters and Stays, 8 oz. all wool head 
and stay lining, back and side curtains, 26 oz. colored back 
rubber drill, wrought iron joints «nd adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $24.75 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1.50 

Back and Side Curtains, lined, 8 oz. all wool . . " 5 . 00 

Imitation rubber drill lining throughout " 1.00 

Leather roof, buggy size " 5.50 

Leather Back Curtain, buggy size " 4.00 

Phaeton Top " 1.50 

No. 80 LEATHER QUARTER 

Deep buffed leather quarters and stays, 8 oz. all wool 
head, stay and back curtain lining, side curtains, 26 oz. 
colored back rubber drill, wrought iron joints and adjustable 
rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $27 . 75 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 1 .50 

Leather roof, buggy size " 6 . 00 

Leather Back Curtain, buggy size " 4 . 50 

Lined Side Curtains, 8 oz. all wool cloth " 3.00 

Phaeton Top 2.00 

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BUGGY TOPS 

No. 100 LEATHER QUARTER 

X<>. 1 Machine Buffed Leather Quarters and Stays, 9 oz. 
all wool cloth head, stay and back curtain lining, side 
curtains, 28 oz. colored back rubber drill, hand stitched front 
valance, wrought iron joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $42.00 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 3 . 00 

Leather roof, buggy size " 7.50 

Leather Back Curtain, buggy size 1 " 6.00 

Lined Side Curtain, 9 oz. all wool cloth " 3.50 

Phaeton Top " 3.00 



No. 110 DEEP BUFFED, FULL LEATHER 

Nine ounce all wool head, stay and back curtain lining, 
side curtains, 28 oz. colored back rubber drill, patent 
fasteners on back stays, hand stitched front and back val- 
ances, wrought iron joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $42.00 

44-inch Bows and over ' Extra, 3.00 

Lined Side Curtains, 9 oz. all wool cloth " 3.50 

Leather Side Curtains -" 12.00 

Phaeton Top " 3 . 00 



No. 120 MACHINE BUFFED, FULL LEATHER 

Ten ounces all wool cloth head, stay and back curtain 
lining, side curtains, 28 oz. colored back rubber duck, patent 
fasteners or leather buckle loops on back stays, hand 
stitched front and back valances, leather covered sockets, 
wrought iron joints and adjustable rail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $51.00 

44-ihch Bows and over Extra, 4.50 

Lined Side Curtains, 10 oz. all wool cloth " 4.00 

Leather Side Curtains " 15.00 

Phaeton Top " 4.50 

No. 130 HAND BUFFED, FULL LEATHER 

Twelve ounce Indigo piece dye cloth lining throughout, 
machine buffed leather side curtains, top full padded, patent 
fasteners or leather buckle loops on back stays, hand stitched 
front and back valances, leather covered sockets, wrought 
iron joints and solid rail. 

A strictly first class top in every detail. 

42-inch Bows and under Each, $102. mi 

44-inch Bows and over Extra, 7.50 

Phaeton Top " 9.00 




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EXTENSION TOPS 




4-Bow Extension 
EXTENSION TOPS 

For description of material used see corresponding numbers of Buggy Tops, Section 26. 



No. — Enameled Drill Each, 

No. 00 — Enameled Duck " 

No. 000 — Heath 's Enameled Duck " 

No. 01— Rubber Drill : " 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



10— Rubber Drill . 
30 — White Canvas . 
40— Rubber Drill . 
50— Rubber Drill . 



$28.50 
30.00 
33.00 
30.00 
31.50 
31.50 
33.00 
34.50 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



55 — Rubber Drill Each, $36.75 



60— Rubber Duck . . 
65 — Leather Quarter 
80 — Leather Quarter 
90 — Leather Quarter 

No. 110— Full Leather . . 

No. 120— Full Leather . . 

No. 130— Full Leather . . . 



" 39 


00 


'.' 39 


00 


" 43 


50 


" 52 


50 


59 


00 


90 


00 


" 165 


00 



Extension Tops requiring Bows over 42 inches wide, extra cost. 
Extension Tops longer than 64 inches, extra cost. 
When Extension Tops larger than standard sizes or of other styles than four bow are required we will be pleased to 
quote prices upon receipt of full specifications. 

MEASUREMENTS FOR EXTENSION TOPS 

Set the body level and give the following measurements: 





For Surrey Bodies, Not Ironed 

A to A — Out to out at top of front seat. 

C to C — Out to out at top of rear seat. 

B to C— From top of back corner of front seat to the top of 

front of the rear scat. 
D to D — Out to nut of wood back on top of rear seat. 
K to H— Fvmn be ttom of sent in a straight line to the top 

of back. 

If, in place of solid back panel as illustrated, the body 
is to have a narrow back to he attached by irons, so state 
and give the dis ance, K to H. 
X to Y — The difference in the heights of the scats. State 

which seat is the higher. 



For Spring Wagons, or other Vehicles on which the two seats 
and C to C, and from B to C. as reepoested for Surrey Bodies, not 



For Surrey Bodies, Ironed 

A to B — From eye to eye of front goose necks. 

C to K — From collar to collar of roar goose necks. 

E to E — Out to out of wood at back. 

A to C — From eye of front to collar of rear goose neck. 

C to E — From rear goose neck to prop iron. 

D to L — From bottom of seat to top of goose neck on'front 

seat. • 

D to M — From bottom of seat to top of goose neck on rear 

scat. 
G- to G — From bottom of seat in a straight line to the top 

of back. If, in place of solid back panel, as illustrated, 

the body has a narrow back attached by irons, so state 

and give distance, G to G. 
X to Y — The difference in the heights of the seats. State 

which seat is the higher. 

are on the same level, so state, and give the distance A to A, 
ironed. 



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CANOPY TOPS 




MEASUREMENTS 



One Seat Canopy 



FOR TWO-SEAT VEHICLES 

No. 4 — Euameled drill roof, colored cotton drill head 
lining, 5-inch bullion fringe, back and side 
curtains, colored back enameled drill. Complete 

with standards and body irons Each, $34.50 

Without standards and body irons " 27.00 

Tops over 6 feet 6 inches long, extra, each G inches 

or part thereof, net .75 

Top only, without curtains, standards or irons.. " 14.50 

No. 5 — Enameled duck roof, 7 oz. all wool cloth head 
lining, 6 inch Genappe fringe, back and side 
curtains, 18 oz. colored back rubber drill. Com- 
plete with four standards and body irons.. Each, $40.50 

Without standards and body irons " 33.00 

Top only, without curtains, standards or irons.. " IS. no 

Tops over 6 feet 6 inches long, extra, each (i inches 

or part thereof, net .75 

No. 6 — Rnameled duck roof, 9 oz. nil wool cloth head 
lining, 6-inch cord and tasBel fringe, back and 
Bide curtains, 26 oz. colored back rubber drill. 
Complete^ with four standards and body irons 

Each, $48.ih) 

Without standards and body irons " 40.50 

Top only, without curtains, standards or irons. . " 21.75 

Tops over 6 feet 6 inches long, extra, each 6 inches 

or part thereof, net. 1.15 




MEASUREMENTS 

Give distance across top of seat, out to out. 
Give length, witdh and depth of body inside. 



Give distance across top of seat, out to out. 

Give width of body at rear end, out to out. 

Give distance from bottom of body to top of side panel. 

Give distance from bottom of body to top of seat. 

FOR ONE-SEAT VEHICLES 

No. 1 — Enameled drill roof, colored cotton drill head 
lining, 5 inch bullion fringe, back and side 
curtains, colored back enameled drill. Complete, 

with standards and body irons Each, $20.25 

Without standards and body irons " 17.25 

Top only, without curtains or irons " 14.25 

No. 2 — Enameled duck roof, 7 oz. all wool cloth 
head lining, 6 inch Genappe fringe, back and side 
curtains, 18 oz. colored back rubber drill. Com- 
plete, with standards and body irons Each, $22.50 

Without standards and body irons " 19.50 

Top only, without curtains or irons ." 16.50 

No. 3 — Enameled duck roof, 9 oz. all wool cloth head 
lining, 6 inch cord and tassel fringe, back and 
side curtains, 26 oz. colored back rubber drill. 
Complete, with standards and body irons.. Each, $27.00 

Without standards and body irons " 24.00 

Top only, without curtains or irons " 21.00 




Two-Seat Canopy 

MEASUREMENTS 

Distance across top of seat, oat to out. 
Length, width and depth of body outside. 

EXPRESS OR STATIONARY TOPS 

Frame is of oak, with second growth Ash Bows, 
mortised and well put together with screws and glue; 
neatly finished with Poplar strips; inside fiuished in hard 
oil varnish, wrought irons and detachable standards. 

No. 11 — Enameled drill roof and curtains Each, $39.00 

No. 12- — Enameled duck roof and curtains " 42.00 

No. 13 — Rubber drill roof and curtains " 46.50 

No. 14 — Rubber duck roof and curtains " 51.00 

No. 15 — No. 8 white cot. duck roof and curtains " 52.50 

Colored back curtains Net, Extra, $1.50 

Tops over 7% feet long, extra, each 6 inches or part 

thereof, net 1 . 50 



Above Tops shipped knocked down and crated. Crating extra at cost. 




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CANOPIES AND UMBRELLAS 





IMPERIAL CANOPY 

' 'A' ' Grade "B" Grade 

48x48 inches, Buggy Each, $25.00 $13.50 

48x54 inches, Buggy " 27.50 15.00 

48x72 inches, Surrey " 32.50 18.75 

-, 2- 54x7« inches, Surrey " 35.00 20.00 

Both grades have fine steel frames and black enameled 
adjustable steel standards. 

"A" Grade carried with green lining only. 

"B" Grade carried, 48x4S and 54, with green, blue or 
whip cord lining, 48 and 54x72, with green lining. 

Other colors of linings to match trimmings of vehicles 
can be furnished from factory. 

"A" Grade is covered with cream colored imported 
English mohair, lined with imported wool twill, cravenetted 
and absolutely waterproof, and trimmed with best imported 
light drab mohair Genappe fringe. 

"B" Grade is covered with extra quality light tan 
colored duck, closely woven and very dense, lined with whip 
cord or light weight fine quality duck, and trimmed with 
light drab Genappe fringe. 





ROUND BUGGY UMBRELLA 

No. 40 — 10 rib, 54 inches diameter Each $7.50 

Has black enameled adjni standard. 

Covered with water proof drill— tan, blue or green 

and trimmed with Genappe fringe to natch. 



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SQUARE BUGGY UMBRELLA 

No. 50 — 48x48 inches Each, $10.00 

This umbrella has black enameled adjustable steel 
standard. Covered with closely woven tan duck and 
trimmed with light drab Genappe fringe. 

Attention is directed to the concealed ribs. 
The umbrella is made with the ribs inserted into the 
pockets up to the point of their juncture with the braces, 
and the outer edge of the cover is corded. The former lends 
to the umbrella the appearance of being lined, while the 
latter is a shape retaining adjunct. Both add to the appear- 
ance, and the life of the umbrella. 




TILTING BUGGY UMBRELLA 

No. 6 — 10 rib, 54 inches (Hameter Each, $10.00 

Has black enameled iron standard. 

Covered with tan drill and trimmed with bullion fringe. 



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CANOPIES AND UMBRELLAS 





CANOPY AND UMBRELLA STANDARD 

Illustrating the standard and attachment furnished with 
Imperial Canopies, Bound Umbrellas and Square Umbrellas. 

The attachment from floor of body to top of lazy-back 
is suited to finished job3. The cut shows attachment to 
piano box body; same application is used on front seats of 
surreys; is applicable to most all types of open work; re- 
quires no re-cutting; is adjustable in height by means of 
ferrule "F" at bottom, permitting an adjustment of about 
5 inches. Cut "C" shows an enlarged coupling used at top 
of lazy-back. 




WAGON UMBRELLA 
Complete with Attachments Each 

No. 76 — 8 ribs, 38 inches long, covered with XXX 

buggy cloth, tan, blue or green $3 . 25 

No. 80 — 10 ribs, 38 inches long, covered with XXX 

buggy cloth, tan, blue or green 3.40 

No. 86 — 10 ribs, 38 inches long, covered with heavy 

waterproof drill, tan, blue or green 4.00 

No. 90 — 10 ribs, 38 inches long, covered with fancy 

striped duck, blue and white, or orange and white 4.05 
No. 915 — 10 ribs, 38 inches long, covered with double 

face duck, tan outside, green inside 4.75 

No. 100 — 8 ribs, 40 inches long, covered with heavy 

dense duck, brown or green 4.30 

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ENGLISH TWO-STANDARD CANOPY 

The above illustration shows a two-standard English 
Folding Canopy applied. 

The appearance and general application of the Imperial 
two-standard canopy is the same as the English. 

Neither of the above canopies are stocked, but can be 
furnished promptly from factory. 



Ordering Directions 

Horizontal distance from foot of dash to a line dropped 

from top of back on rear seat. 
Width of seat across arm rails. 
Width of job from out to out across fenders. 
Distance from top of back on front seat to top of back 

on rear seat. 
Distance from floor of body to top of front seat back. 
If one seat-back (not seat board) stands higher than 

the other, state which one and how much. 
Distance from top of front scat cushion to top of front 

seat back. 
Color of upholstering material. 

Color of gear. How much does the dash curve forward f 
English or Imperial? If Imperial, A or B grade f 



8. 

9. 
10. 




ADVERTISING UMBRELLA 

Complete, with attachments Per doz., $24.00 

Special prices quoted on quantity lots. 

These umbrellas are furnished from factory only, in lots 
of not less than one dozen. 

Six spaces are available for insertion of advertising 
matter which will be applied as ordered. Spread, 6 feet. 

When ordering, state desired wording clearly. 

The advertising umbrella is coming into general use as 
an efficient means of advertising. Up-to-date advertisers are 
purchasing these umbrellas, bearing their advertisements. 
and distributing same to users of wagons. 



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SUN SHADES, STORM APRONS AND DUST HOODS 





*WAGON SUN SHADE 
3-Bow with Attaching Irons 

36 inches wide inside bows Each, $5.50 

38 inches wide inside bows 

40 inches wide inside bows 

42 inches wide inside bows 

44 inches wide inside bows 

46 inches wide inside bows 

48 inches wide inside bows 

50 inches wide inside bows 

*Blue and white striped duck or plain brown duck. 

When ordering give width of seat out to out of flare. 



ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE SUN SHADE 
For Canopy Tops 



5.50 


No. 1 


5.50 


No. 3 


5.50 


No. 6 


5.50 


No. 7 


5.50 


No. 9 


5.50 


No. 10 


6.00 


No. 11 


6.00 


No. 13 




No. 14 



Austria Blaek Per 

Sateen 

Silesia, Green or Drab 

Cloth, Green, Blue or Drab 

Glorioso Silk, Green, Blue or Drab. . . 

English Cloth, Green or Drab 

English Cloth, Green 

Glorioso Silk, Green, Blue or Drab . . . 
Heavy Silk, Green, Blue or Drab. . .. 

SUN SHADE EXTRAS 



Doz., 



$22. 50 
18.00 
15.00 
25.50 
31.50 
36.00 
45.00 
40.50 
72.00 



Rubbers Per Doz. Pair, $6.00 

Clasps with Rubber Covered Hooks " " 3.00 




ADJUSTABLE APRON POCKET APRON 

Holden's Adjustable Storm Aprons 
Attached with springs over top of Dash 

No. 1 Phaeton size, 78x50 inches Per Doz., $30.00 

No. 2 Carriage size, 00 x 511 i'rrches " 20.00 

No. 3 Buggy size. 30 x 4S inches •• ].-,,,, 

Will fit any size dash. 

Dash Pocket Aprons 
Pitted with attaching straps, and pocket to fit over Dash. 

Per Doz. 
N0.126B 70x48 in. for dashes 24 to :_ i g.. .$36.00 

No. 226B 80x48 in. for dashes 34 to 39 inches long. . . 42^00 
Made of extra quality Heavy Bubber Drill. 
All corners subjected to strain are reinforced with leather 
patches. Made of best material and well finis ed with 

straps and line pockets. 

When ordering give extreme length of dash. 



DUST HOOD 



Enameled Drill Each, $3.00 

Enameled Duck " 3 . 75 

Kubber Drill ■ . . , " 3 . 75 

Eubher Duck " 4.50 

E 




Measurements for Dust 
Hoods 

Measure when top is flat as 
indicated by dotted lines 



1st — From Prop A to Prop B around outside of front valance. 
2ci — Prom C to D or out to out of ends of front valance. 
3d —From E to F or from front valance to cord on Lazy Back 
4th — From H to K or from bow to bow over top of Lazy Back. 



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SEAT CUSHIONS 





PLAIN TOP, EXCELSIOR 



FILLED 

Without With 
Fall 



No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 

No. 10 

No. 11 

No. 12 



Each 

Enameled Drill $1.80 

Knameled Buck 1.95 

Rubber Drill 

Rubber Duck 

Imitation Leather 2.10 



Fall 

Each 

fa. io 

2.25 
2.25 
2.70 
2.70 
3.90 
3.00 
4.50 
5.40 
6.20 
6.45 
5.40 



Artificial Leather 3.00 

White Cotton Duck 2.25 

Corduroy 3 . 75 

Split Leather '. . 4.50 

..■ Buffed Leather, Black 5.00 

Machine Buffed Leather, Fancy. . . . 5.25 

.. Wool Cloth 4.65 

Add for Moss Top net 40c. 
Directions for measurements of Cushions and Backs. 
For Cushions, Distance from E to F, and X to Y. 
For Falls, Distance from I to J, M to N and K to L. 
For Lazy Backs (regular drop back), Distance across top of 

Beat G t" H. out to out. and distance from C to D. 
For Solid Wood Panel Backs, Distance from 6 to H, P to O. 
If tack is curved send diagram, or paper pattern, latter 
preferable. 
Colors of Cushion Material. 
Imitation Leather: Green, Maroon or Russet. 
Artificial Leather: Black, Green, Maroon or Russet. 
Corduroy: Green, Blue, Brown or Drab. 
Split Leather: Black or Green. 
Fancy Machine Buffed Leather: Green, Maroon, Russet or 

Red. 
Wool Cloth: Green or Blue. 
Whipcord: Tan or Light Grey. 
Bedford Cord: Tan or Light Guy. 

Order by Number: State whether Round or Square Corner 



■§■■■■■ 
BISCUIT TOP, MOSS FILLED 

Without With 

Fall Fall 

Each Each 

No. 24 Enameled Duck $4.30 $4.60 

No. 25 Rubber Drill 4.15 4.90 

No. 26 Rubber Duck 4.40 5.20 

• No. 27 Imitation Leather 4.40 5.20 

No. 28 Artificial Leather 5.20 6.10 

No.29 White Cotton Duck 4.60 5.35 

No. 30 Corduroy 6.40 '7.40 

No. 31 Split Leather 6.70 7.90 

No. 32 Machine Buffi d Leather, Black 7.65 9.15 

No.33 Machine Buffi .11.. a I In r. Fancy 7.90 9.40 

No. 34 14 oz. Wool Cloth Or Whipcord 6.70 7.90 

No. 35 16 oz. Wool Cloth or Whipcord 7.15 8.65 

No. 36 18 oz. Wool Cloth or Bedford Cord 7.90 9.40 

Net Extras on Cushions. 

With Coil Cushion Springs $1.50 

Wood Frame or other Patent Spring Cushion 3.00 

Hair Top 1.50 

All Hair 3.00 

Wings 75 

Trimming Scat Ends 1 .50 

Facing All Around 1 . 50 

Cushions over maximum size 10';; for each additional inch 
in width or length. 

Standard Sizes of Cushions. 

Maximum Sizes of Cushions are 15 inches wide and 36 inches 
long. For each additional inch in width or length add 
10%. For install.-.- a .-uslii.ia 16 inches wide by 38 inches 
long would cost 30% i 
Seat and whether cushion is wanted with or without FalL 





THIRD SEAT 



CUSHION MEASURING DIAGRAM 



Tapestry Carpet I 
Velvet 



.PerDoz., $18.00 



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SEAT BACKS 




MEDIUM BACK, BISCUIT OR PLEATED FRONT 

6 inches wide, with irons. Excelsior filled 

Each 

No. 1 Enamel Drill $3.00 

No. 2 Enameled Duck 3.30 

No. 3 Rubber Drill 3.30 

No. 4 Rubber Duck 3.60 

No. 5 Imitation Leather 3 . 75 

No. 6 Artificial Leather 4.50 

No. 7 White Cotton Duck 3.75 

No. 8 Corduroy 4.50 

No. 9 Split Leather 4.80 

No. 10 Machine Buffed Leather, Black (Moss filled).. 5.85 
No. 11 Machine Buffed Leather, Fancy (Moss filled).. 6.00 

No. 12 14 07.. Wool Cloth (Moss filled) 4.50 

Deduct for Plain Front Net .50 

Deduct if wanted without Irons Net .50 

Add for Moss Filled Net .50 

Add for each inch in length over 36 inches 10%. 




SOLID SPRING BACK, BISCUIT OR PLEATED 
FRONT ON SOLLD BOARD BACK 

Moss Filled 

No. 41 — Enameled Duck Each, $5.35 

No. 45 — Rubber Drill " 5.50 

No. 46 — Rubber Duck " 5 . 80 

No. 47 — Imitation Leather " 6.00 

No. 48 — Artificial Leather " 7.00 

No. 49 — White Cotton Duck " 6. 00 

No. 50 — Corduroy " 7.30 

No. 51 — Split Leather " 8 . go 

No. 52 — Machine Buffed Leather, Black •• 9.30 

No. 53 — Machine Buffed Leather, Fancy " 9.50 

No. 54 — 14 oz. Wool Cloth or Whipcord " 8.80 

No. 55— 16 oz. Wool Cloth or Whipcord " 9.50 

No. 56— IS oz. Wool Cloth or Bedford Cord " 10 . 30 

Colors of Back Material 

Imitation Leather — Green, Maroon or Russet. 

Artificial Leather — Black, Green, Maroon or Russet. 

Corduroy — Green, Blue, Brown or Drab. 

Split Leather — Black or Green. 

Fancy Mach. Buffed Leather— Green, Maroon, Russet or Red. 

Wool Cloth— Green or Blue. 

Whipcord — Tan or Light Grey. 

Bedford Cord — Tan or Light Grey. 

Order by Number and give me 




FULL OR DROP BACK, PLAIN FRONT 
Excelsior Filled 

No. 15 — Enameled Duck Each, $2.10 



No. 16— Rubber Drill 

Xo. 17 — Rubber Duck 

No. 18 — Imitation Leather 

No. 19 — Artificial Leather 

No. 20— White Cotton Duck 

No. 21 — Corduroy 

No. 22— Split Leather 

No. 23 — 14 oz. Wool Cloth or Whipcord. 



2.25 
2.70 
2.70 
3.00 
2.70 
3.75 
5.25 
5.25 



fffPIIf ■*■ 



r#**'rrrir, 



FULL BACK, BISCUIT OR PLEATED FRONT 

Moss Filled 

No. 24 — Enameled Duck Each, $2.85" 

No. 25— Rubber Drill " 3. 00 

No. 26 — Rubber Duck ... . " 3.30 

No. 27 — Imitation Leather " 3.45 

No. 28— Artificial Leather " 4.50 

No. 29— White Cotton Duck " 3.45 

No. 30 — Corduroy " 4.80 

No. 31 — Split Leather " 6.30 

No. 32— Machine Buffed Leather, Black " 6 . 80 

No. 33 — Machine Buffed Leather, Fancy " 7.00 

No. 34— 14 oz. Wool Cloth or Whipcord " 6.30 

No. 35— 16 oz. Wool Cloth or Whipcord " 7.00 

No. 36—18 oz. Wool Cloth or Bedford Cord " 7.80 

Extras on Full Backs 

Irons and Narrow Board Back Net $1.50 

Irons and Solid Board Back " 2.50 

Moss Top Nos. 15 to 23 " .50 

All Moss Nos. 15 to 23 << x.00 

A11 Hair " 3.00 

Backs over maximum size 10% for each additional inch 
width or length. 

Maximum sizes 15 inches wide and 36 inches long. 

Measurements for Seat Backs 

See Measuring Diagram, Section 31. 
Tf soat is Ironed give measurements A to B and C to D. 
If seat is not ironed give width out to out on top. 
If for Solid Board Back send paper pattern. 

asurements as per instructions. 

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COACH TRIMMINGS, HARDWARE AND ACCESSORIES 



FANCY TRIMMINGS, 

WINDOW, DOOR AND LANDAU HARDWARE, 



FASTENERS, LOOPS AND MOLDINGS, 



CARRIAGE AND LIMOUSINE ACCESSORIES 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Subdivision of "Coach Trimmings, Hardware and Accessories" 



FRINGE is used in trimming the edges of canopies and 
canopy tops, in latter instance being tacked to outside edge of 
top frame with Japanned or Covered Lining Nails. Consists , 
of Head or Gimp and Body or Strands, former varying in 
width and design, and latter being designated either Bullion 
or Genappe, the first consisting of hard, tight-twisted yarn, 
and Genappe of soft, loose-twisted yarn. 

HOLDER TASSEL.— To finish upper end of window- 
lifting broad lace. 

CURTAIN TASSEL. — Center of bottom of window curtain. 

CURTAIN CORD.— Guide for curtain, being passed 

through screw-eyes in ends of curtain stick or CURTAIN 

CORD-RUNNERS, and f astern d to Curtain Roller Posts at 

top and by means of CURTAIN CORD HOLDER at bottom. 

HAT-RACK CORD. — Two parallel pieces to inside of roof 

of top, forming convenient receptacle for hats, packages, etc. 

SILK LACE PROG. — On the arm loop or rest, to finish 

or cover the seam where one end of the piece of broad lace, 

of which the arm loop is made, is attached to the face of 

'he lace, in returning upward to form the loop. 

LACE END LIPTER PROG. — Upper end of window 
lace, as a substitute for Holder Tassel. 

LACE PROG. — On Guard String, as buttoning device. 
GUARD STRING.— The ends fastened to the door, near 
the window sill, usually spread some inches from both sides 
of the Broad Lace, the. Frog being buttoned to a loop in the 
Broad Lace, to support the latter and to prevent its tassel 
end from falling under foot or becoming jammed in the door. 
CURTAIN ACORN.— To trigger of curtain roller. 
CURTAIN PULL.— A substitute for Curtain Acorn. 
LACE EYELETS.— To form button hole in window lift- 
ing broad lace, to enable buttoning over Ventilating Knob, 
which is placed on inside of door below window sill, to hold 
window in various partially open positions. 

BROAD LACE. — To lower part of window frame with 
Glass Frame or Lace Plates, as a means of lifting window; 
for cushion facings; in connection with lining quarters or 
sides of closed vehicles; and to form arm loops or rests. 

SEAMING LACE and PASTING LACE.— Separately 
and in conjunction (when together, of same pattern), for 
various purposes, to form welts on cushions, to finish tops of 
Seat Backs, in lining closed vehicles, etc. One edge of Past- 
ing Lace is a selvage edge to afford attachment with paste. 
FINISHING NAILS. — In closed vehicles, where necessary 
to fasten lining material directly to body or top frame where 
not expedient to cover nail or tack heads. 

CURTAIN ROLLERS arc either spring trigger or auto- 
matic, the former being maintained in any desired position 
by means of a pawl and raehet, which, when tripped by 
means of a trigger, permits the spring in the Curtain Roller 
to operate; the latter operates automatically in the same man- 
ner as a house window shade. 

CURTAIN ROLLER POSTS are Stationary and Swiveled, 
the latter for the purpose of lowering the roller at one end 
when opening Landau Tops, etc. 

CURTAIN ROLLER SUPPORT.— Used to maintain lower 
end of Curtain Roller in vertical position when lowered. 

GLASS FRAME OR LACE PLATES.— Device whereby 
Broad Lace is attached to window frame. Narrow Lace Plate 
is used to attach a piece of Seaming Lace to front quarter 
windows of Landaus, etc., where only partial movement of 
window is necessary when lowering top. 

GLASS_ FRAME REST and RUBBER HEAD TACK— 
Used as window buffers. 

CLASS FRAME FASTENER.— Used to prevent win- 
dows, other than door windows, from vibrating. 

WINDOW SLIDE.— Used on window sill as a slide or rub- 
bing strip for window lace. 

WINDOW SPRINGS and ANTI-RATTLERS— Used to 
minimize vibration of the door windows. 

SCREW KNOBS serve as buttons for pocket flaps, etc 

VENTILATING KNOB.— Fastened below window sill. 

Window Lace is buttoned over Knob (Lace Eyelet forming 

button hole), to maintain window in partially raised position. 

HEAD SCREWS.— listeners for broad lace used as arm 

loops, for pull-to handles, etc. 

PLAT- and ROUND-HEAD SCREWS are used as follows' 

PLATED and BRASS to attach fancy top props, curtain 

rollers, fancy inside fittings, hearse fixtures, fancy wood- 



work, auto curtain fasteners, seat irons, tug stops, etc.; 
FLAT-HEAD IRON to attach top props, concealed joints, 
hinges, woodwork ,etc; ROUND-HEAD BLUED to attach 
cushion straps, etc. 

DOOR STOPS and DOVETAILS are so mortised into 
the door and door frame as to serve respectively as a buffer 
and door closing guide. 

SILL PLATES. — On door sill, to prevent wear, etc. 

LANDAU FLAPPERS. — Act as window slides when win- 
dow is raised and turn or flap down, covering opening at 
window sill, when window is lowered. 

CONCEALED HINGES are so mortised in as to be con- 
cealed from view. 

STRAIGHT HINGES and CURVED HINGES.— Former 
is upper door hinge and latter lower door hinge, curved to 
equalize curve of door and maintain same in horizontal 
position when open. 

BACK FLAP HINGES— Used on Buggy Boots, etc. 

SPRING LOCKS. — In doors of panel top wagons, etc. 

LEVER LOCKS. — Used in vehicle doors where access- 
ibility to lock from inside of vehicle is desired. 

TONNEAU DOOR LOCKS are equipped with extra bolt 
with which door may be securely fastened by giving the 
handle an extra turn ,etc. 

BOX or MORTISE LOCKS.— In vehicle lockers, etc. 
. TAILBOARD BOX LOCKS.— On tailboards of traps, etc. 

CLUB and DROP HANDLES.— The selection of either 
of these styles for use in connection with door locks is dic- 
tated solely by taste and convenience. 

INSIDE HANDLE — Used on inside of door, where no top' 
or lever lock handle is used. 

PULL-TO HANDLE.— Fastened to inside of door for con- 
venience in closing door from inside. 

TONNEAU SIDE HANDLE,, FOOTBOARD HANDLE 
and WAGON HANDLE. — Placed at points of access on 
various vehicles to asisst in getting in. 

HANDLE NUTS and WASHERS are used in fastening 
Club' and Drop Handles to lock. 

LANDAU TOP FASTENERS serve to secure the two 
parts of the Landau Top together when closed, and for fast- 
ening detachable automobile tonneaus. 

TAILBOARD FOOT CHAINS and FASTENERS are 
used on tailboards of dog carts, traps, etc. 

FOOTMAN, CUSHION STRAP and KICKING STRAP 
LOOPS. — To attach door stop straps, cushion straps, kicking 
straps, top stay straps, running board straps, etc. 

CARRIAGE DOOR MOLDING.— Used on sides of 
vehicle doors. 

LOCKER MOLDING.— Used on automobile locker doors, 
and as a finisher on automobile bodies, etc. 

FOOTBOARD MOLDING.— On edge of automobile foot- 
boards to give finish and hold matting in position. 

IMITATION STITCH MOLDING.— Used for finishing 
the sides and quarters of Landaus, on tops of buggy seat 
backs, etc. 

GLASS FRAME MOLDING.— Serves to protect the 
edges of hard finished window frames. 

OVAL and ANGLE MOLDNG. — Used on closed carriage 
tops, on buggy seat backs, on automobile bodies, etc. 

MOLDING FINISHERS.— Used to finish off ends of oval 
and angle molding. 

RATTAN MOLDING.— Used .to finish edges of Canopy 
Tops, in forming design of buggy bodies, etc. 

RATTAN SADDLE REEDS.— Used as a substitute for 
seaming cord in forming welts, etc. 

TOILET and CARD CASES, ASH TRAYS, ETC., are 
used in all well-equipped and complete closed vehicles. 

SPEAKING TUBES furnish a convenient means of con- 
veying orders to driver, the megaphone type enabling the 
driver to receive orders without removing the hands from 
reins or steering wheel. 

PARASOL and UMBRELLA HOLDERS.— Attached at 
convenient points to serve as parasol and umbrella hangers. 

UMBRELLA DRAINERS and WATER TUBES are so 
placed in the floor of the vehicle as to drain water from 
umbrellas or water-proofs in wet weather. 

BELLS are single stroke and repeating, former operated 
by BELL PULLS, and latter by means of push button, lever 
and vibrating springs. 



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Xr.MHKK 


Width 
Inches 


Head 


Description 


Color 


Pee Di>z 
Yds. 


Silk 
Bullion 


629 


6 


Deep 


Medium Weight 


Green or Blue 


$10.00 




30 


4 


Narrow 


Light Weight 


Green, Bine or Drab 


3.50 




619 


5 


Narrow 

Narrow 


Medium Weight 
Heavy Weight 


Green or Blue 
Green, Blue, Brown or Carmine 


3.75 


Worsted 


620 


5 


4.75 


Bullion 


375% 


6% 


Deep 


Heavy Weight 


Green or Blue 


7.50 




621 


7 


Deep 


Light Weight 


Green 


5.50 




669 


7 


Deep Netted 


Light Weight Soft Twist 


Green 


4.00 


' 


C01 


5 


Medium Fancy 


Light Weight 


Green or Blue 


3.75 




579 


6 


Deep Fancy 


Medium Weight 


Green 


4.00 




579% 


6 


Deep Fancy 


Cord and Tassel 


Green 


5.50 




178 


7 


Deep Fancy 


Knotted Tassel 


Green or Blue 


8.00 


Worsted 


193 


7 


Deep Fancy 


Double Cord and Tassel 


Green 


8.00 


Genappe 


194 


7 


Deep 


Single Cord and Tassel 


Green 


7.00 


600 


7 


Deep Fancy 


Medium Weight 


Green, Blue or Drab 


4.50 




600% 


7 


Deep Fancy 


Single Cord and Tassel 


Green, Blue or Drab 


5.50 




612 


7 


Deep 


Light Weight Bullion Body 


Green 


4.50 




015 


7 


Deep Fancy 


Loop Tassel 


Green, Blue or Drab 


7.50 




197 


7 


Narrow Gimp 


Imperial Canopy 


Drab 


6.00 


Cotton 


613 


7 


Deep 


Loop Tassel 


Green, Blue or Mottled 


6.00 


Genappe 


579 


6 


Doop Fancy 


Medium Weight 


Green 


2.50 



3 dozen yards per box. 



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FANCY INSIDE TRIMMINGS 




Tassels 

No. 87 Holder Tassel, heavy silk bullion, green, blue, drab or maroon, 2% inches wide Per doz., $12.00 

No. 91 Curtain Tassel, heavy silk bullion, green, blue, drab or maroon ' ' 6.00 

Cords 

No. 16 Curtain Cord, silk cable, green, blue, drab or maroon, 3/32-inch diameter Per doz. yards, .75 

No. 61 Hat-rack Cord, silk cable, green, blue, drab, or maroon, %-inch diameter " " 4.00 

Frogs 

No. 90 Silk Lace Prog, tufted end, green, blue, drab or maroon Per doz., 4.50 

No. 278 Lace End Lifter Prog, celluloid, black " 12.00 

No. 10 Lace Prog, celluloid, black or white " 4.00 

Guard Strings 

No. 202 Rosewood Frog, with silk cords or braids, green, blue, drab or maroon " 6.00 

No. 202% Lace Covered Prog, with silk cords or braids, green, blue, drab or maroon " 9.00 

Acorns 

No. 72 Curtain Acorn, green, blue, drab or maroon " ■ 3.00 

Pulls 

No. 107 Curtain Pull, green, blue, drab or maroon " 3 . 00 

Eyelets 

No. 015 Silk Eyelet, green, blue, drab or maroon < ' 4 . 00 

No. 01 Lace Eyelet, celluloid, black or white " 7 , 00 

Broad Laces 

No. 117 Silk Paced, green, blue, drab or maroon, 2% inches wide Per yard 1.50 

No. 338 Silk Paced, green, 2% inches wide " " 1,50 

Seaming Laces 

No. 69 Worsted, Silk Figured, green, blue, drab or maroon " .25 

No. 70 AVorsted, Plain, green << .25 

Pasting Laces 

No. 169 Worsted, Silk Figured, green, blue, drab or maroon " .25 

No. 170 Worsted, Plain, green < < 25 

Finishing Nails 

No. 510 Silk, green, blue, drab or maroon p er fl oz . .75 

Cushion Webbing 

No. 180 Worsted, green, blue, drab or maroon, % inch wide Per yard, .35 ' 

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CURTAIN ROLLERS AND ACCESSORIES 




PLAIN ROLLER 

No. 110— Sprg. Trigger, silv. pltd, 18 to36-in..Per pair, $3.50 



o 

s 




DOUBLE SWIVEL ROLLER, With Rod 

No. 54 — Sprg. Trigger, silv. pltd, 17 to 24-in. . .Per pair, $7.00 
Will swing two ways, down, and around under roof. 




AUTOMATIC SPRING ROLLER 

Will catch at any height 

Per Pair 

No. 700— Plain Post, sUver plated, 18 to 36 inches $4.00 

No. 706 — Swivel, Slotted Post, with rod, silver plated 

18 to 22 inches 6.00 




SINGLE SWIVEL ROLLER, With Rod 

Per Pair 

No. 11 — Spring Trigger, silver plated, lengths 17 to 

24 inches $5.50 



When ordering curtain rollers, give number of roller and length inside of collars 
A slight additional charge made for single curtain rollers; when ordering be sure to state whether for right or left baud. 

CURTAIN ROLLER EXTRAS 



No. IP — Cap Post, plain, silver plated Each, 

No. 18 — Cap Post, Swivel, silver plated " 

No. 5 — Cap Post, Double Swivel, reversible base, 

silver plated " 



}.60 No. 1 — Foot Post, silver plated Each, $0.50 

.65 No. 4— Foot Post, silver plated " .50 

No. 10 — Foot Post, silver plated " .50 

.75 Extra Springs for Nos. 11, 54 and 110 Per pair, .50 




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CURTAIN ROLLER SUPPORT CURTAIN CORD HOLDER CURTAIN CORD RUNNER 

No. 1550 — Landau Roller Supports, silv. pltd. Per pr., $1.25 No. 1280 — Cord Gunner, celluloid, black Per doz., $7.20 

No. 2 — Cord Holder, celluloid, black Per doz., 6.75 No. 1280 — Cord Runner, celluloid, ivory " 7.20 

No. 2 — Cord Holder, celluloid, ivory " 6.75 A complete Curtain Cord Holder consists of two parts. 

CURTAIN HOOKS AND EYES CURTADS CORD 

Screw Eye, silver plated Per doz. ,$0.25 No. 16 — Silk, green, blue, drab or maroon. Per doz. yds., $0.60 

Celluloid Screw Hook, black " 4.50 Two dozen yards per Skein. 

Celluloid Screw Hook, ivory " 4.50 




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ATINDO) FIXTURES 






No. 2 




Irving 's Patent 



No. 1 



GLASS FRAME OR LACE PLATES 



Irving's, silver plated, with screws and rivets. Per doz., $5.00 No. 1— Brass or silver plated, inc. screws. . . .Per doz. $2.00 

No. 2 — Brass or silver plated, inc. screws.... " """ 1.75 






No. 3 



No. 4 



Glass Frame Rest 




Rubber Head Tack 



GLASS FRAME LIFTS 

Per doz. 

No. 3 — Silver electro plated, including screws $4.00 

No. 4 — Silver electro plated, including screws... 3.00 



RESTS AND TACKS 

Per doz. 

No. 1— Glass Frame Bests, Brass, finished for painting. $0.80 
No. 2— Bubber Head Tacks, %-inch long 20 




No. 65 



No. 65-Sju -rr electro plated, Pcr p;d $180 

No. 75— Silver electro plated f, 1 70 

Nos. 75 and T.jW. are usually applied 

of Landau Glass Frames 



N °- 75 No. 75i/ 2 No. 160 

GLASS FRAME FASTENERS 

No. 75V 2 — Silver electro plated Per pair, $2.00 

No. 160 —Silver electro plated Each, 2.00 

No. 160 is usually applied at center of Glass Frames of 
partitions of Broughams or Bockaways. 



No. 2— Celluloid, black... 
No. 2— Celluloid, ivory.. 



WINDOW LACE SLIDE 

No. 2 Celluloid 



All of above illustrations 



are exact size. 



.Per doz., $6.00 
" 6.00 






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No. 1. Plain Pattern. 




No. 2. Flanged Pattern. 




No. 3. Flanged Pattern. 
Illustrations are exact size. 

WINDOW SPRINGS 

Made of steel, tempered and japanned 

Per doz. 
No. 1 — Plain, Japanned, interchangeable, for screws. . .$0.Gy 
No. 2 — Flanged, Japanned, righta and lefts, to drive on. .75 
No. 3— Flanged, Japanned, rights and lefts, to nail on. . .90 
These springs arc easily applied and will prevent all 
rattling of windows. 






Illustrations are exact size. 
Small Medium Large 

CELLULOID SCREW KNOBS 

Small, black or ivory. Per doz., $2.25 

Medium, black or ivory " 2 . 70 

Large, black >r ivory " 3 . 75 



Illustrations show size of head only. 

Small Large 

HEAD SCREWS 

Small Head, black or ivory Per doz., $0.75 

Large Head, black or ivory " .75 

Stock Sizes: 

Small Head, No. 10, %, %, 1 and 1^-incb. 

Large Head, No. 10, %, 1 and 1 ',4 -inch. 




A. Rubber Core. 

B Vood Siiir. 

0. Bl.ek Muitin CoTcr. 
D. Window 

Mulf or d ' s Tucker ' s Roller 

Mulford's Strips, %x24 inches Per pair, $1.00 

To be covered with cloth to match trimming of carriage. 
Is both weather strip and anti-rattler. 

Tucker's Anti-Battlers Per doz., $2.50 

Made of pure rubber, with metal eyelets. 

Boiler Window Anti-Rattlers Per doz., $1.00 

%, %, or 1-inch diameter. 
Fastened to rabbet strip at top of window, piessing against 
sash frame as window passes to position. 





,^M Extra Brass Plate: 

Qsmm> M*ww' *®m^ 



Illustrations are exact size. 

Plated Celluloid 

VENTILATING KNOBS 
For holding the glass frame lace in any position 

Silver Electro Plated Per doz., $2.00 

Celluloid, black, with brass plates " 4.50 

Celluloid, ivory, witb brass plates " 4.50 

Extra Brass Plates " 1.50 



Silver-plated and Polished Brass Round- and Flat- 
Head Screws — Flat-Head and Round-Head- 
Blued Iron Screws 



12 Inch 5 8 Inch No 

Brass Iron Br»»s Iron 



:i 4 Inch No. 

Braes Iron 



Brs.,, 



par per per 

Oro. Qro Oro. 

$1.08 .75 11.15 

MB .78 " 

1.30 .80 

1.46 .84 

1.65 .90 



1.30 
1.40 
1, 

1 



One Gro. per Box. 



per 

Qro. 

.75 5 

.78 6 

.82 7 

.86 8 

.92 9 



per 



$1.40 
1.55 
1,75 
2.00 
2. 



Ore. 
.82 8 $2.20 
.85 9 2.50 
.90 10 2.90 
.95 11 3.35 
1.00 12 3.70 



Iron 

per 

Qro. 

$1.0) 
1.05 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 



I Inch 

Br»s* Iron 



Oro. 

$1.05 
1.10 
1.20 
1.30 
1.40 



$2.45 
2.80 
3.15 
3.65 
4.10 



Plated and Brass ScrewB, — same list. 



Iron and Brass Screws subject to varying discounts. 



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DOOR FIXTURES 



(Rubber, 
see Letter C.) 




Illustration is three-quarters of full size. 



(Composition.) 



(Rubber, 
see Letter C.) 




Illustration is three-quarters of full size. 



DOOR STOP WITH BUFFER 

Per pair . 

No. 5 —Width lA-inch A to B, length 1%-ineh $1.50 

No. 5V2— Width 1-rVinch A to B, length %-inch 1.00 

Fitted in the best possible manner. Has ctsk. screw holes. 



DOVETAIL WITH BUFFER 

Per pair 

No. 6— "Width }|j-inch A to B, length 2%-inch $2.50 

Fitted in the best possible manner. Has ctsk. screw holes. 




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DOVETAIL 
Malleable Iron 

No. 1 — 2 inches long, %-inch wide Per doz., $2.00 

No. 2 — 2 inches long, %-inch wide " 2.40 

No. 3 — 2% inches long, % inch wide " 2.70 

This dovetail is nicely fitted and has ctsk. screw holes 
1 _ £jj« 

LACE PATTERN SILL PLATE 

Per pair 
No. 5330 — 2 x 12 inches. .Tapannod on composition 0.40 



SOLnj RUBBER SILL PLATE 
Canvas Lined 

No 777—1% x 11 inches '. Per pair, $0.50 




PHAETON SILL PLATE 

Per pair 

No. 1070 — 2 x 11 inches. Japanned on composition $0.45 

No. 1070 — 2 x 11 inches, Silver Plated on composition. 1.20 



LANDAU SILL PLATE 



No. 2— I%xl6 inches, Silver Plated on Brass. 



.Per pair, $3.00 



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No. 1* 



No. 10* 




No. 3* • i\§ iW 




No. 4f 




No. 5* showing leg detached 

LANDAU FLAPPERS 

With Anti-Rattling Springs 

No. 1 — Malleable Iron Flapper Per set, $4.50 No. 5 — Malleable Iron Flapper Per set, $4.50 

No. 3 — Malleable Iron Flapper " 4.50 No. 10 — Mall. Iron Flapper, Watertight Joint, " 5.25 

No. 4 — Malleable Iron Flapper " 4.50 Extra Anti-Rattling Steel Springs. . . Per doz., $1.50 

Four Flappers to a set. Single Flappors one-third the price of a set. 
•Illustrations show right hand flappers. tlllustration shows left hand flapper. 

All above illustrations about one-quarter of full size. 
One set per box. 







Closed Open 

Illustration Shows Left-Hand Hinge. 

Perfection 



Closed Open 

Illustration Shows Left-Hand Hinge. 
Schwind's Patent 



CONCEALED HINGES 

No. 3 Size Pillar Plate, l%x2% inches... Per set (4) $10.00 Size Pillar Opening Width Per Set 

Forged hook and hanger. Composition front plate. Plate A to B D to E (4) 

This hinge was made in response to a demand for a door No. — l%x2%-inch. %-inch. 1%-inch $5.50 

hinge embodying the best features of other concealed hinges, No. 1 — I%x3 -inch. 1%-inch. 2V»-inch 6.00 

and at the same time furnishing a hinge, which, when the No. 2 — 2 x3%-inch. 1%-inch. 2%-inch 7.00 

Carriage Door is open, will not show an opening or hole in No. 3 — 2%x3%-inch. 1%-inch. 2%-inch 8.00 

■the Pillar of the Carriage. The door can be removed from No. 4 — 2%x4 -inch. 1%-inch. 2%-inch 9.00 

the Pillar by taking out the two machine screws, which will No. 5 — 2%x4%-inch. 2 -inch. 3 -inch 10.00 

release the hook. Plates and knuckles of wrought iron. 

One set per box. 

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DOOR FIXTURES 




Straight Pattern 
Straight 

IVi-inch wide. 

Length, Inches IVi 1V 2 

Per dozen $1 . 50 $1 . 65 

Length, inches. .... .2% 2'/ 2 

Per dozen $2.10 $2. 25 




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Curved Pattern 



DOUBLE JOINT COACH HINGES 
Malleable Iron 



Length, inches. 
Per dozen 
Length, inches. 
. Per dozen. . . . 



iy 2 -inch wide. 
•• 1% 1% 2 

.$2.25 $2.40 $2.55 

2% 3 3% 

.$3.25 $3.55 $3.90 



1% 

$1.80 

2% 

$2.40 

2% 

$2.80 

3% 

$4.30 



2 

$1.95 
3 

$2.55 

21/2 
$3.00 
4 

$5.00 



Curved 

iy 4 -inch wide. 

Length, inches 2 Vi 

Per Doz $3.55 

Length, inches 3% 

Per dozen $4. 20 



1%-inch wide. 

Length, inches.. 1% 1% 2 2»/ 4 2% 2% 

Per dozen $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.30 $3.60 $4.00 

Length, ins. 3 3% 3V 2 3% 4 4% 5 

Per dozen. $4. 50 $4.90 $5.25 $5.65 $6.00 $6.75 $7.50 

iy 4 and iy 2 -in. wide, 2 doz per box; 1%-in. wide, 1 doz. 
per box. 



iy 2 -inch wide. 

Length, inches 2y 4 

Per dozen $4.20 

Length, inches 3 

Per dozen . $5 . 65 



Straight 

l 1 2-inch wide. 

Length, inches 2 2y 2 

Per dozen $7.50 $8.25 



1%-inch wide. 

Length, inches .' 2y 4 

. Per dozen. $4.65 

Length, inches 3 1 2 4 

Per dozen $7.5(1 $9,00 

One dozen per hox. 
Electro Brass Plated 

Curved 



2y 2 

$5.10 

4y 2 

$9.60 



3 

$9.10 



3y 4 

$9.60 



iy 2 -inch wide. 

Length, inches 2y 2 

Per (Ic.z.rn $10.50 



2"/ 2 
$4.65 

3% 
$6.40 



.3 

$6.15 
5 

$13.15 



3 

$llX>0 



1" 4 -inch wide. 

Length, in. 2% 2» 2 2% 3 3% 3% 4 

Per dozen. .$8.70 $0.10 $10.00 $10.40 $10.90 $11.40 $12. V 

Measurements given are over all, viz: extreme length 

and width. 

One dozen per hox. 



1%-inch wide. 

Length, inches 3 l / 2 4 

Per dozen $16.25 $18.95 

Ave reversible, and applicable to either right or left hand 
One dozen per box. 



4y 2 

$20.25 



5 

$22.25 





III 



jl 



WROUGHT STEEL BACK FLAP HINGE 

Bright Steel, l%xl* inches Per doz. pair, $1.00 

Length when open. 3&-ineh. 
One dozen pair per box. 



WROUGHT STEEL BACK FLAP HINGE 

Bright Steel, 2 x 2 inehes p er doz. pair, $1.70 

Length when open, 3%-ineh. 
One dozen pair per box. 



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LOCKS 








NO. SPRING LOCK NO. 1 SPRING LOCK 
No. 0— Face Plate |)x2% inches Per down pair, $9.00 No. 1 — Face Plate %x3% inches Per dozcu pair, $10.25 





NO. 2 SPRING LOCK 

No. 2— Face Plate %x3% inches Per dozen pair, $12.00 



NO. 7 SPRING LOCK 



No. 7 — Face Plate %x3% inches Per dozen pair, $14.50 

(Extreme width at bolt, lft inches) 
One-half Dozen Pair per Box. 
Illustrations show Bight-hand Locks. 




K^ 




Qf> — >A 



BACK VIEW 




BOX OR MORTISE LOCKS 

Depth. Size Face Plate. Per Doz. Pair. 

%-inch. 2%x% inches. $3.60 

%-inch. 2%x% inches 3.60 

y,-inch. 3%x% inches 5.40 

1-inch. 4 x% inches 9.00 

•%» % and 7 /«-in.» 1 doz. pr. per box; 1-in., >/ 2 doz. pr. per box. 
«» 



TAIL BOARD BOX LOCK 

No. 8 — txl% inches, with Striker Per doz., $10.20 

These Locks are screwed on the lining or door the same as 
lever locks, where a thin lock is required; used on Tail- 
Boards and all light work that contains folding doors and 
trap tail gates. 

One-half Dozen per Box. 



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TOP LEVER 





and 3 



No. 1— 5%x4% inches. 



Height of Per 
Lock Bolt. Pair. 

1% inches. $5.50 



Size. 


Depth of 


Height of 


Per 




Face. 


Lock Bolt. 


Pair. 


No. 2 — 5%x4 inches. 


1% inches. 


IVi inches. 


$5.00 


No. 3— 4%x3Vs inches. 


1ft inches. 


% inch. 


4.50 




Nos. 04 and 5 



Size., Depth of Face. 



No. Bl— 5^4x4 
No. B2— 51/4x4 
No. B3— 4 



1% in. 
1% in. 
lft in. 



Per Pair. 
Handle Hole above bolt.. $5. 75 
Handle Hole below bolt.. 5.75 
Handle Hole above bolt . . . 5 . 25 

All of the above. 



Size. 



No. 04— 3'} s x2 :! i inches. 
No. 5— 3%x2% inches. 

1 pair per Box. 



Depth of 
Face. 

% inches. 
1 inch. 



Height of 
Dock Bolt. 

ft inches. 

% inches. 



Per 

Pair. 

$3.60 

3.60 



Illustrations show Left-hand Locks 






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TONNEAU DOOR LOCK 
Safety Pattern 

Size. Width of Face Plate. Per Pair 

No. 80 — 3%x2% ins. % in $5.75 

Including two Nickeled Keys. 
By the use of the key. operating on the triangular steel 
stud, a latch is thrown, which effectually prevents the turning 
back of the lock bolt by the door handle until released by 
the key. The stud may be left sufficiently short so that it 
can be reached only by its own key. 



TONNEAU DOOR LOCK 
Safety Pattern, with Lip Striker 

Size. Depth of Face Plate. Per Pair. 

No. 200— 3%x2% ins. % in $5.25 

This lock, in addition to the regular self-acting spring bolt, 
is equipped with a safety latch which is thrown by an addi- 
tional turn of the handle, and when so turned the door is 
securely locked and cannot possibly fly open. 





SAFETY TONNEAU DOOR LOCK 



No. 999 Showing Lock With Door Open 



No. 999 Showing Lock with Door Closed 

Size. Width Face Plate. Per Pair 

No. 999— -4%x2U> inches. % inch $7.50 

The door cannot be opened until the handle is turned backward, throwing the Safety Latch back into the bolt and it 
cannot be thrown forward again until the door of the Tonneau is closed, bringing the lock in contact with its own Striker 
Plate, whereby the holding mechanism is automatically released, and the Safety Latch or Clutch can be easily operated by the 
Door Handle. The Safety Latch cannot be operated when the door is open. 

Illustrations Show Left-hand Locks. 
All of Above One Pair per Box. 






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LOCKS, ETC. 



Top View 



Very strong and 
so constructed that 
it is impossible to 
get out of order. 




To lock on top 
and bottom of 
door, to prevent 
door from spring- 
ing or rattling. 



Sottom View 

DELIVERY WAGON LOCK 

No. 16_Size Lock Case, 5x2,Vx% inches Each, $10.00 

Full length of bottom rod from center of lock to end 

t,f b °'t 2 feet 

Full length of top rod from center of lock to end of 

bolt „ . . 

tj.,,1 J 3 feet. 

Full length over all 5 fe(?t 

Fsed on Undertakers' Wagons, Mail Vans, Ambulances and 
all kinds r,t General Delivery Wagons. 



HEARSE DOOR SPRING 

No. 74— Brass Per p air) $8 00 

(Length when closed, 13% inches from A to A.) 
These Door Springs consist of Seamless Brass Cylinders, 
with brass swivel ends. They are fastened on the bottom 
of the door and body, and are made with strong springs and 
will hold the doors firmly, when wide open or closed. Are 
highly recommended by all large hearse builders. 

Used on Hearses, Undertakers' and General Delivery 
Wagons. 




Illustrations are half of full size. 



HEARSE DOOR LOCK 

No. 12—5x1% inches, with Strikers Eaeh, $2.70 

This Lock is made right-hand only; is very strong 'and so 
constructed that it is impossible for it to get out of order. 




Illustration is full size. 

CONCEALED KEY HOLE 

No. 1-SilvevElectro Plated, or Polished Brass. .Each. $0 60 
Furn.shcd with Plated Screws for Attaching 



c 



^BSJH 



Illustration is half of full size. 

LEVER LOCK STRIKER 



No. 0— Co 



imposition . 



.Per doz., $2.40 



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§3<J 





Five Glass Landau 



Balance ^font Landau 



Diagram showing Application of Landau Fixtures. 





No. 1. 

Top 

Hinge 

$4.50 

per pair. 



No. 5. 

Kight and 

Left Lower 

Box Hinge 

for rabbet pillar 
$6.00 per pair. 



No. 13 
Front 

Pillar 

Dowel, 

$1.00 

per pair 

of four pieces. 




No. 2. 


Jm no. 3. 


Top Hinge 


bflr Front Pillar 


$6.75 


JffJ/ Mingo 


per pair. 


T»] Kight and Left 




| $7.50 per pair. 




Ho. 6. 

] tight 
&Left 



$8.25 per pair. 
Back Pillar and Bow Hinge. 





No. 8. 

Top 

Dowel, 

$2.25 

per pair 

of four pieces. 



N. 14 
Glass Frame Fastener. 
For Front Quarters. 
$2.25 per pair. 



r 



No. 21. 

Middle Pillar 

Top Hinge 

and Lock, 
Bight and Left. 
$8.75 per pair. 



The figures on the diagrams at top of 
page refer to the proper positions when 
in use of correspondingly numbered articles. 




No. 23. 

Lower 

Front 

Quarter 

Hinge, with 

Springs and 

Eocker Bolt 

complete, 

Right and 

Left, 

$13.75 per pair. 

For Jap 'd 

Springs 

separate, 

$3.25 per pair. 




No. 4. 

Back Corner 

Bow and 

Top Rail 

Hinge, 

Right and Left 

$6 . 75 per pair 



No. 12. 

Malleable Bottom 

Door Hinge, 

Right and Left. 

$5.75 per pair. 



No. 20. 
Front Quarter 

Top Hinge, 
Right & Left, 
$4 . 25 per pair. 





No. 46. 


Front 


Pilar Lock 


$3 . 75 


per pair. 



All fixtures made of 
Composition Metal, ex- 
cept Xos. 4 and 6, which 
are Solid Forged Norway 
Iron, and No. 12, which 
is Malleable Iron. 



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Curtain Landau . Octagon Front Landaulette 

Diagrams showing Application of Landau Fixtures. 




No. 4. 

Upper Corner 

Top Rail and 

Bow Hinge, 

Eight and Left. 

»3.50 per set of four. 




No. 6. 

Back Pillar & Bow Hinge. 

Eight & Left. 

$8.25 per pair. 




No. 8. 

Top Dowel, 

$2.25 per pair 

of four pieces. 




No. 12. 

Malleable Bottom 

Door Hinge. 
Eight and Left. 
$5.75 per pair. 



No. 30. 

Bow Socket, 

Silver Plated, $12.50 

Polished Brass, 10.50 

Brass to paint, 9.50 

Per set of eight 

pieces. 




No. 31. 

Bow Socket Brace 
Eight and Left. 

$5.00 
per set of four. 



No. 32. 
Back Pillar Hinge 

$8.25 per set of 
four hioges. 




No. 40 
Middle 
Pillar, 
Lower Hinge. 
$6.25 per pair. 




No. 41. 
Front Pillar 
r Hinge. 
$3.75 per pair. 



The figures on diagrams at top 
of page refer to the proper 
positions when in use of the 
correspondingly numbered arti- 





« p2 
"-SJ 


No. 


42. 


Dicker Seat 


Hinge. 
$7.00 


per set 


of four. 




Middle Pillar 

Lock. 
$3.00 per pair. 



No. 43, 
Middle Pillar 
Upper Hinge. 

Eight and Left. 
Center of Pins- 
:;;: i in. apart. 

$6.50 per pair. 



No. 46. 

Front 

Pilar Lock. 

$3 . 75 

per pair. 






No. 44, 

Front Pillar 

Upper Hinge. 

Eight & Left. 

$4.00 per pair, 



All Fixtures made of Compo- 
sition Metal, except Nos. 4 and 
6, which are Solid Forged Nor- 
way Iron, and No. 12, which is 
made of Malleable Iron. 



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Sin 



CLUB HANDLES 




No. 1 




IVr i ';. ir 



No. 10 




Per Pair 



No. 128 



Per Pair 



No. 1— Brass, length. 2% in $1.00 No. 10— Brass, length, 2% in $2.25 No. 128— Silvered, length 3% to. $1.90 

No. 2— silvered, length 8 in 1.25 No. 12— Silvered, length 4% in.. 3.15 No. Iis9— Silvered, length 4 in... 2.25 





j^ .u» aft ill 




No. 3 No. 203 No. 8 

Per Pair Per Pair Per Pair 

No. 3— Brass, length, . n . in $1.25 No. 203— Silvered, length 4. in. ..$3.00 No. B— Silvered, length 3% in.. .$2. 50 

No. 4— Silvered, length 3% in... 1.50 





No. 36 No. 51 

No. 36 — Brass, length, 3 inches Per Pair, $1.45 No. 51 — Brass, length, 3'i inches Per Pair, $1.90 




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No. 850 No. 820 

No. 850 — Silver Electro Plated, length 4 ias. .Per pair, $4.20 No. 820 — Silver Electro Pltd., Igth. l»s ins. „Per pair, $4.50 

No. 850 — Close Silver Plated, length, 4 ins. ... " 5.65 



All of above Handles fitted with either Plate or Screw Washers. 



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DROP HANDLES 




No. 629 

Per Pail- 
No. 629— Silver Eleetro Plated, length 3% inches $3.75 




No. 9 

No. 9 — Polished Brass, length ::'.. in 




No. 223 

No. 228-Silvci HI etru Plated, length -I. in'.-..Eer pair. $4.40 




No. 810 

. Per Pair 

No. 810M— Pancy, Silver Electro Plated, lgth. 3 V. in .$6 20 
No. 840M— Plain, Silver Electro Plated, lgth. 8% in.. 5.00 
No. 840L — Plain, Silver Electro Plated, lgth. 4 fn 5 20 




No. 802 

.For Pair, $3.75 No. 802L— Silver Eleetro Plated, length 4 in . .Per pair, $6.50 




No. 737 

No. 737— Silver Electro Plated, length 4 in . .Per pair, $6.50 




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INSIDE AND LEVER LOCK HANDLES 




No. 38 No. 228 Nos. 62 and 62 1 2 

INSIDE HANDLES 

IVr Pair. Pet Pair. 

No. 38— Cast Brass. Polished, length 3% inches $1.90 No. 62 —silver Plated shank, for covering $1.80 

No. 228— Celluloid, Black, silver shank, length I inches. 4. so No. 62V4— Full Silver Plated 1.90 

No. 228 — Celluloid, Ivory, silver shank, length 4 inches. 4.80 






No. 625 No. 832 . No. 428 

LEVER LOCK HANDLES 

* Per Pair. Per Pair. 

No. 625— Celluloid, Black, Silvered Pen , Igth. H, in.$1.90 No. 832— Silver oi Brass Plated, length 2 inches $1.90 

No. 625— Celluloid, Ivory. Silvered Perrtjle, lgth. F-, in. 1.-90 No. 428— Mm :o Covered, length 2 inches 1.40 

Green, Blue, Drab or Mar 





No. 580 No. 574 

PULL-TO HANDLES 
No. 580— Flexible, Morocco Covered, length 6% No. 574— Composition, Morocco Covered, width insl 

inches Per pair, $1.65 2% inches P'er Pair, $1 .65 

Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 






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No. 1020 



No. 1015 



TONNEAU SIDE HANDLES 

Per Pah- p„ Pair 
No. 1020— Polished Brass, opening in the clear, 3% in. .$2.80 No. 1015— Polished Brass, opening in the clear, 3 in $2.00 




No. 89 



__. - --, .. 



No. 583 
FOOT-BOARD HANDLES 





No. 899 No. 899 1/2 

WAGON HANDLES 



No. 89 —Silver Electro Plated, width IV., ins 
No. 583— Silver Electro Plated, width 6 ins... 



Per Pair 

. . . .$6.20 
5.00 




No. 1 




No. 2 



HANDLE WASHERS 

No, 1— Silver or Brass P 1 

No. 2— Silver or B I 



.Per pair, $0.45 
. 45 



Per Paii- 
No. 899 — X'u-kol Plated, length 7 inelies $1.40 

No. 899>/ 2 — Nickel Plated, length 7% inches 1 . to 





No. 35 Nut No. 35 Washer 

INSIDE HANDLE NUT AND WASHER 

No. 35 — Xnts and Washers, Silver ot Brass Pltd. .Per pr. $0.25 
A Pair Consists of Two of Each. 






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FASTENERS AND LOOPS 



?in 




Illustration is Half of Full Size. 

LANDAU TOP FASTENER 

No. 1— Full Silver Electro Plated l'cr pair, $4. in 

No. 4 — Full .Silver Plated Lover. Japd. base. . 2.50 

May also be used for Automobile Tonncau Fastener. 



Illustration is Half of Full Size. 

TAIL BOARD FOOT CHAIN 

Foot Chain, Steel Per F..ot, $0.22 

Per holding up the tail boards »t Dog Carts, etc.; as a Foot 
Support. 

100 Feet per Box. 







No. 1 



No. 2 No. 4 

Illustrations are Half of Full Size. 
TAIL BOARD FASTENERS 



No. 5 



No. 1— Silver Electro Plated Per set, $1.90 

No. 2— Silver Electro Plated " 1.90 

A set consists of two body pieces, two tail-board pieces 
and two pins. 



No. 4— Silver Electro Plated Per set, $3.50 

No. 5— Silver Electro Plated.. " 2.35 

A set consists of two body pieces and two tail-board pieces. 
No. 4 has cam motioned levers, win b ' the parts closely 

and prevent all rattling. 




Nos. 1, li/ 4 , li/ 2 Nos. 3 or 30 

FOOTMAN LOOPS 

Japanned. Brass. 

No. I —Fori -inch Strap Per doz., $0.25 $1.60 

No. l>/ 4 — For 1%-inch Strap " .30 1.75 

No. IVi— For 1%-inch Strap " .35 3.00 

No. 3 — For 11... -inch Strap " .60 4.40 

NO. SO —For 1% -inch Strap " Silvered, $6.00 

G 

AUTO TOP STAY SNAP 

No. 429E— 1-inch Strap, Polished Brass Per doz., $4.00 

79 



No. 25 No. 2 

Cushion Strap Loop Kicking Strap Loop 

CUSHION STRAP LOOPS 

No. 25 — For %-ineu Strap, Japanned Per doz., $0.40 

KICKING STRAP LOOPS* 

No. 2— For 1%-inch Strap, Brass Per doz. pair, $16.00 

No. 2 — For 1%-inch Strap, Silvered... " ' 

•With plates. 



16.00 





AUTO SNAP LOOP 

No. 4821— Polished Brass Per doz., $4.00 

Size Eye, %-iuch, length over all, 2^4 inches. 



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No. 3 



No. 12 
DOOR MOLDING 



No. 13 



No. 3— Soft Sti el, Ss-in. wide, 13 ft. lengths. .Per ft., $0.14 No. 13— Soft Steel, %-iu. wide, 13 ft. lengths. .Per ft., $0.22 

No. 12— Soft Steel, ■"sin. wide, 13 ft. lengths.. " .20 




Locker 



AUTO MOLDING 



Foot-Board 



No. — Solid Brass, top edge polished bright. .Per foot, $0.60 
■[Vinch wide. In 13 foot lengths. 



A 



., ... . — ? -■-,-■ 



No. XX— Polished Brass Per foot, $0.60 

Size %x%-inch, .06 inch thick, 12-foot lengths. 



Imitation Stitch Molding 

Brass, to paint, in S ft. or 12 ft. lengths Per foot, $0.20 



Glass Frame Molding, Silver Plated 

28 inch lengths, M.., -/;, or %-inch wide Per Pair, $2.25 

Polished, drilled and countersunk, with screws complete. 




Body Molding 

Width, inches % -ft. y„ 

Brass or Silvered, Oval . Per ft., $0.22% $0.25 $0.27 

Brass or Silvered, Angle " .22y 2 .25 .27 
In 10 foot lengths. 



$0.33 



Rattan Molding, Half Round 

Rattan Molding, inches % % % % 

Per 100 feet $2.00 $2.50 $3.50 $5.00 

Rattan Saddle Reeds, 5-32 or 6-32 in. diameter, 8-ft. 

lengths Per gross, $4.50 




Angle 



Oval 



Molding Finishers 

Width, inches % & % % 

Brass or Silvered, Oval.. Per doz., $3.60 $3.60 $3.60 $4.50 

Brass or Silvered, Angle " 3.60 3.60 3.60 



m 



\ 



Rubber Mat Molding 

No. 00 — 3-32-in. opening, polished brass Per foot, $0.25 

No. 000 — %-in. opening, polished brass " 

In 12 foot lengths. 



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CARRIAGE AND LIMOUSINE ACCESSORIES 



TOILET CASES 




VENDOME 

Vendome, 11%-in. long, 4% -in. wide, '2 7 .^ in. deep. Each $25.00 
Compact in arrangement. Designed lot Limousines, Broug- 
hams, etc., where a thin narrow case is desired. 

Contains best nickel-ease watch, sterling silver top perfume 
bottles, celluloid writing tablet, memorandum pad and pencil 
with silver tip, card case, pin cushions and Morocco covered 
mirror. 

Colors: Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 



DEL MONTE 

Del Monte, 10%-in. long, 5Vg-in. wide, :;> s in. dp. Each, $24.00 
A fine Brougham Case, elegant design. Fitted with best 
grade nickel-case watcb, memorandum pad anil silver-tipp 

pencil, card-case, pincushion, and M.un covered mirror. 

Colors: Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 





ST. FRANCIS 

St. Francis, 9%-in. long, 4 in. wide, 3%-in. deep. Each, $14.00 

A small, compact Brougham or Roekaway Case. Equipped 
with nickel-case watch, cut glass perfume bottle, memo- 
randum pad and pencil with silver tip, card case and Morocco 
covered mirror. 

Colors: Gveen, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 



ST. JAMES 

St. James, Vvi-in. long, 1%-in. wide, 2%-in, deep. Each, $9.00 
Designed for Depot Wagons and Rnekaways. Equipped 
with nickel-ease watch, cut glass perfume bottles and silver 
mounted mirror with ebony handle. 

Colors: Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 



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No. 



No. 200 



CARD CASES 



No. — 1*4x2% inches, full Morocco covered Each, $1.50 

Used in sets with No. Ol 1 /^ Ash Tray. 
Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 



No. 200 — 3%x4A inches, full Morocco covered. .Each, $3.00 
AVith silver-tipped pencil and combined celluloid writing 
tablet and card receiver. 

Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 





No. 60— FOLDING CARD CASE 

No. 60 — 5%x4% inches, Morocco covered Each, 

(Oxidized Silver Clasp.) 
Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. ■ 



.00 



No. 0iy 2 — ASH TRAY 

No. 0iy 2 — iVsx3 in., Morocco covd. silv. receiver. Each, $2.25 

Used in sets with No. Card Case. 

Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 





No. 29 



HAND MIRRORS 



No. 919 



No. 29—5x1 inches, Morocco covered back Each, $1.50 

No. 30 — 5%x4% inches, Morocco covered back.. " 1.90 

Silver Mounted, Beveled Edge Glass and Ebony Handle 

Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 



No. 919— 4%x5% inches, Celluloid, black . 
No. 919— 4%x5% inches, Celluloid, ivory 



.Each, $4.00 
. " 4.00 









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CARRIAGE AND LIMOUSINE ACCESSORIES 





No. 1 



No. 3 



CARRIAGE HEATERS 
(Foot Warmers) 

No. 1— 14-in. long, Velvet Carpel covered, nickel plated No. 3 — 1 tin. long, Brussels Carpol covored, whiti 

I? Eich, *4.50 ends 

These Heaters are strong and durabl inod. 
Extra Carbons for Heaters, size, 7%x2%:c] ' , inches Per 




WICKER WHEEL GUARD 

No. 6 — Wheel Guards, length 32 inches Each, $2.00 

For placing over wheel to prevent soiling of clothing when 
getting in anil out of vehicle, on vehicles not provided with 
fenders. 




LUNCH BASKET 

No. 5 — :)2-in. long, 16 in. wide, 12-in. high Bach, $15.00 

Also made to order, any dimension. 




FOLDING ROBE RAIL 



No. 4 — Length between Posts, 34 inches, Posts :t inches high, %-iueh wide, ft solid rod, nickeled I 

No. 4-j-Length between Posts, :: I inches, Posts 3 inches high, %-inch wide, ft solid rod, polished brass " 5.00 





FOLDING FOOT REST 

No. 2 — Length hot wee n Brackets 33 inches, nickeled • 12.75 

No. 2 — Length betwi 11.00 

Extre igth of bracks! base, • >' ' 



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COMBINATION SPEAKING TUBE AND WHISTLE 

No. — Complete with 9 feet of Silk Covered Tubing, (Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon) Each, $10.00 

With Ebonized Mouth and Ear Pieces, Silk Tassel and Ruffs, two Black Cord Runners and two Screw I'm ml Washers. 




Netted Silk Bulb with Reed 
LIMOUSINE MEGAPHONE SPEAKING TUBE 

No. 1 — With 9 feet of Silk Covered Tubing, (Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon) Each, 20.00 

With Ebonized inside end, Silk Netted Bulb, Cord Runners and Collars for Pillars. 






Illustration about one-half size Illustration is exact size Illustration is exact size Illustration is exact size 

Parasol Holder Hinged Umbrella Holder Umbrella Drainer Water Tube (Floor Drainer) 

No. 1-Parasol Holder, Silver PI or Pol. Brass. .Each, $1.00 Umbrella Drainers, Silver PI. or Pol. Brass. . .Per doz., $4.50 

No. 4-1 mbrella Holder, Silver PI. or Pol. Brass « 3.00 Water Tubes, with Screw Thread, Brass « 1.50 

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GONG BELL 

No. 100 — Bronzed Steel, 4 inches diameter Each, $0.75 

No. 100— Bell Metal Steel, 4 inches diameter " 1.50 

Especially adapted to carriage use. 



PUSH BUTTON BELL 

No. 82 — Nickel Plated, 4 inches diameter Each, $2.50 

Furnished with two each side and corner cranks, and one 
mortise crank, and necessary brass wire. 





Regulation Single Stroke Gong Multiple Stroke Gong 

FIRE DEPARTMENT GONGS 



No. 12E— 12 inches diameter Each, $13.25 

No. 14R — 14 inches diameter " 15.50 

This is the finest and most durable single stroke gong on 
the market. The gong shell is made of high carbon steel, 
heavily nickeled, and gives a louder and clearer ring than 
any composition or bell metal gong. 




No. 12M — 12 inches diameter Each, $25.50 

No. 14M — 14 inches diameter " 27.50 

This gong is without a rival for Eire Department uso. 
Each pressure of the foot strikes three blows in rapid 
succession, and when the foot is moved quickly the result is 
a continuous volley of blows, each one clear, distinct 
penetrating, unlike anything ever before heard on the streets. 

.illllillii, 



Illustratinn half of full size. 

NO. 8 BELL PULL 

No. 8— M.i - : trimmed Each, $2.00 

Green, Blue, Drab or Maroon. 




Illustration is exact size. 

NO. 200 BELL PULL 



No. 200 — Ebonj - 



.Each, $0.60 



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PROFIT 

The success of any business depends primarily upon the 
ability of its managers to market its products profitably. 
The products or processes of the business of a Wagonmaker, 
Blacksmith, Trimmer or other mechanic require marketing 
just as do the goods of a merchant, and, whether it is mer- 
chandise or processes to be marketed, a full familiarity of 
the seller with that which he is selling is absolutely 
necessary. 

Successful sale also depends upon ability to figure a fair 
margin of profit, taking into consideration not only stock 
used and labor performed, but also general operating expense 
(rent, insurance, etc.). 

The Mechanic may be confronted with a condition in his 
locality which temporarily does not permit him to make the 
proper charge for work performed, due to the fact that his 
competitor or competitors do not know how to profitably sell 
their products. 

In such cases it is unquestionably advisable to permit the 
' • other fellow ' ' to compete with himself, and time and ex- 
perience will teach him to figure the cost of his products. 

A business will never be unsuccessful if its charges carry 
a reasonable profit, regardless of the fact that the "other 
fellow' 7 may attempt to give his customer more than a 
dollar's worth for a dollar. 









BODY ACCESSORIES 



DASHES 



AND 



DASH ACCESSORIES 



FENDERS AND BUGGY BOOTS 



LAMPS AND ACCESSORIES 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 
Subdivision of "Body Accessories" 



ADJUSTABLE and SOLID FOOT DASHES differ in that 
the latter is provided with solid wrought feet welded to and 
a part of the dash frame, whereas the former is furnished 
without feet, and is attached to the body by means of ad- 
justable feet which are connected to the dash frame with 
FLAT HEAD DASH BOLTS which pass through slots in the 
lower bar of the dash frame, (leaving head of bolt exposed in 
front of Dash) ; or, with CONCEALED HEAD DASH BOLTS 
which are inserted from back of da*-h, the bolt head being so 
turned as to lock in the slot of lower channel bar, no opening 
being made in the front dash covering, 

WOLID DASH FEET are used in making dash frames up 
by hand. 

DASH MOLDING serves as a protection to the edges of 
Dashes not provided with dash rails. 

POCKET FLAP FASTENERS are used on Vehicle Pocket 
Flaps. 

APBON HOOKS are used for the purpose of supporting 
storm aprons in position. 

DASH BAILS are used to give a finish to, and protect the 
edges of dashes, adjustability as to length Being obtained by 
cutting the two pieces, in which rails are usually furnished, 
at the point of abuttment at the center post or at the end 
support, as the ease may be. 

FENDEKS serve as mud and dust guards, and . are 
attached over the wheels of various styles of vehicles, such as 
phaetons, surreys, etc., being attached by means of concealed 
or flat head dash or fender bolts and specially devised fender 
irons. 

SEAT FENDEBS are usually used on Bike Wagons and 
other like vehicles, being frequently attached by means of 
malleable SEAT FENDEE IRONS. 

BUGGY BOOTS serve as covers for the rear open end of 
buggy bodies, being covered with rubber or enameled duck, 
etc., and are hinged to the bottom of seat at rear, thus allow- 



ing convenient raising without detaching 1 , and being held in 
place by BOOT RUBBERS or SPRINGS fastened to inside 
of body and buggy-boot. 

TOE CARPET FASTENERS serve to maintain the Toe 
Carpet in position against the inside of the front panel of 
body. 

TOE PADS or PANEL GUARDS are so devised as to 
slip over and protect the buggy panel at point of entrance. 

WHIPSOCKETS may be obtained in METAL, WOOD or 
LEATHER COVERED varieties, selection being a matter of 
grade or taste. Best grades are rubber or leather lined and 
provided with rubber holder in top. The commonest point 
of application of whipsockets is to the dash, but Road Cart 
Sockets are fastened to the shaft or crossbar and Coach 
Sockets to the seat, frequently being provided with project- 
ing arms for this purpose. 

Whipsockets are usually attached to dash by means of 
WHIPSOCKET FASTENERS, though certain sockets may 
be attached directly to wood dashes, or to the side of the 
vehicle. 

REIN HOLDERS are attached to dash, but as an alter-' 
native, REIN HOOKS attached to top or seat are frequently 
used. 

Small CARRIAGE LAMPS are suitable for light vehicles 
and large lamps for heavier vehicles, such as Coaches, 
Landaus, Surreys, etc. 

The use of Special STAGE LAMPS, with removable and 
reversible top for protection of glass, etc., is advisable not 
only on stages, but on hotel buses, night delivery wagons, etc. 

DRIVING LAMPS are used on the dashes of light 
vehicles and are cheap, convenient and quickly removable. 

The majority of lamps are oil burners, but on some 
forms the burner is removable for the purpose of substituting 
a COACH CANDLE or ANTI-CANDLE. 

Where Lamps are attached at or near the seat of the 
vehicle, LAMP FINGER IRONS are usually used. 






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Adjustable Foot Adjustable Foot 

No. 103— STRAIGHT (Leather Edge) No. 163— STRAIGHT (Nickeled Molding) 

11 Inches High, Straight 

Length, inches 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 38 40 42 

Loath. Edge, each,$1.52 $1.56 $1.59 $1.65 $1.70 $1.73 $1.77 $1.83 $1.88 $1.92 $1.95 
ach, 1.74 1.79 1.83 1.90 1.98 8.00 2.05 2.12 2.18 2.23 2.27 

13 Inches High, Straight 

Length, inches 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 

Leather Edge Bach,»$1.68 +1.7'-' $1.76 $1.83 $1.88 $1.98 

Nickeled Molding " 1.90 1.95 2.00 2.08 8.14 2.20 2.25 2.32 2,88 2.41 

Length, inches 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 

Leather Edge Each, $2.17 $2. 21 $2.26 $2.31 $2.37 $2.42 $2.47 * 

Nickeled Molding " 2.49 2.s4 2.60 2.66 2.73 2.79 2.85 2.91 8.97 

15 Inches High, Straight or Curved 

Length, inches 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 

Leather Ed-,. Each, $1.83 $1.88 $1.94 $'-'."1 $2.06 $2.12 $2.16 ( 

Nickeled Molding " 2.05 2.11 2.18 2.26 2.32 2.39 2.11 2.50 2.57 8.64 

Length, inches 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 10 

Leather Edge Each, $2.37 +2.4:! +2.4!! $2.55 $2.61 $2.67 +2.72 +2. 7s $2.84 - 

Nickeled Molding " 2.69 2.76 2.83 2.90 2.97 3.04 





Adjustable Foot 

No. Ill— CURVED 
17 Inches High 



Length, 
Leather 
Length, 
Leather 



inches 24 

E.lge Each, $2.57 

inches 29 

. ;e Each, $2.90 



25 26 


27 


28 


$2.65 +2.70 




+2 . s 1 


30 32 


34 


36 


$2.96 $3.09 


$3.24 


$3.39 



Adjustable Foot 

No. 113— CURVED 

16 Inches High 

Length, inches 24 

Leather Edge Back, $2.i>2 

Length, inches. 

Leather Edge Each, 



.28 

$2.S7 



26 
$2.71 

30 
$2.99 



27 

32 
$3". 11 



NOTE-AU "of" above Dashes furnished with holts, bnt without feet.. For styles and prices of feet, 
Extreme width of Nos. Ill and 113 Dashes is Wt inches more than width of body. 



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Solid Foot— Padded 

NO. 100 SOLID FOOT, PIANO BOX BODY 

13 Inches High 

Length, inches 24 25 26 

Soft Dash Each, $2.42 $2.54 $2.60 

15 Inches High 

Length, inches 26 27 28 

Soft Dasli Each, $2.85 $2.93 $2.99 

Grain Front " 4.23 4.34 4.43 

Net extra for padded Dashes .... Each, $0.25 




Adjustable Foot 
NO. 308 PHAETON OR SURREY 



Length, inches 

Soft Dash Each, 

Grain Front. " 



22 Inches High 

28 29 30 

$ 7.77 $ 7.94 $ S.10 

10.45 10.67 10.90 

24 Inches High 

28 29 30 



Length, inches. 

Soft Dash Each, $ S. 2 7 $8.44 $8.60 

Grain Front. " 11:20 11.42 11.65 

Extreme measurement at top 12 inches, and, at bottom 
7 inches more than width of body. 




Adjustable Foot 

NO. 304 PHAETON OR SURREY 
20 Inches High 

Length, inches 28 29 30 ' 31 32 

Soft Dash Each, $6.44 $6.60 $6.77 $6.94 $7.10 

Grain Front...... " 8.58 8.80 9.03 9.25 9.47 

22 Inches High 

Length, inches 28 29 30 31 32 

Soft Dash Each, $6.94 $7.10 $7.27 $7.44 $7.60 

Grain Front " 9.33 9.55 9.78 10.00 10.22 

Extreme measurement at top, 8 inches, and at bottom, 
5% inches mure than width of body. 




31 


32 


Length, inches 


$ 8.27 


$ 8.44 


Soft Dash.... Each, 


11.12 


11.34 


Grain Front. ' ' 


31 


32 


Length, inches 


$ 8.77 


$ 8.94 


Soft Dash... .Each, 


11.87 


12.09 


Grain Front. " 



318 PHAETON OR SURREY 



22 Inches High 

28 29 30 

$ 8.10 $ 8.27 $ 8.44 

10.90 11.12 11.34 



24 Inches High 

28 29 30 

8.60 $ S.77 $ 8.94 
11.65 11.87 12.09 
Extreme measurement at top 13 inches, and, at bottom, 
7 inches more than width of body. 



31 


32 


S.60 


$ 8.77 


11.56 


11.78 


31 


32 


9.10 


$ 9.27 


12.31 


12.53 



Nos. 304, 308, and 318, furnished from factory only. Above lists are for Adjustable Foot Dashes without Lamp Holes 
Lamps, Kail, Flap or any extra. For list of extras see following page. 



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No. 153 — Adjustable Foot 
Furnished with Plated Rail it $ 



No. 255— Adjustable Foot 
Length oyer all B% inefaea Bore tlmn width of body. 





No. 125 — Adjustable Foot No. 119 — Solid Foot 

Length over all 3 inches more than width of body. Furnished without Rail it' desired. 

Heights — No. 153: 11, 12, 13, 15, 17 and 18 inches; Nos. 119, 125, and 255: 16, 17, and 18 inches. Covered with No. 1 Soft 
Dash, Grain Front or Full Grain Dash Leather. Adjustable or Solid Feet. 
Above Dashes furnished promptly from factory. Prices quoted upon request. 

MEASUREMENT INSTRUCTIONS 

Measurements necessary when ordering Solid Foot Dashes: 



For Piano Box Body 

Width of body where dash attaches. 

Thickness of post and panel. 

Distance from center to center of feet. 



For Corning or Concord Body 

Width of body where dash attaches. 
Send drawing showing bevel of body 
and give thickness of post arid panel. 
Distance from center to center of feet. 



LIST OF EXTRAS 



For Bracket Front Body 
Width of body where dash attaches. 

Send drawing showing bevel of body. 

Distance Prom center to center of 



Lamp Holes and attachments $1 .00 

No. 15— Plated Rein Bail, shown on Dash No. 1l\5 80 

No. 19— Plated. Rein Rail, shown on Dash No. 119 80 

No. 34— Plated Rein Rail, shown on Dash <To 30 I no 



No. 38— Plated Rein Bail, s wi Dash No 308 , I 

Soft Dash Pocket (Approximately), 2.00 

Grain Dash Pocket " 3.50 

Solid Wrought Feet 






Piano Box Corning or Concord 

Above illustrations show front sections of bodies referred to in 



' Measurement 



Bracket 
Instructions ' ' 



Front 
above. 



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DASH ACCESSORIES 



DASH MOLDING 

30-inch Strips, Plain Nickeled Per strip 

36-inch Strips, Plain Nickeled " 

42-inch Strips, Plain Nickeled < < 



.60 

.72 
.84 






No. 5 



No. 7 
SEWARD'S SOLID WROUGHT DASH FEET 



No. 70 



No. 5— Oval, 1%-inch offset Per doz. pair, $9.75 

For Piano Bodies. 



No. 7— Oval, 1%-ineh offset Per doz. pair., 

For Phaeton Bodies. ' 
No. 70 shows how the No. 7 Foot can be bent (as per dotted lines) for Piano Body or shaped for Corning Body. 







N0ll ° No118 No. USB No . 400 

ADJUSTABLE DASH FEET 

No. 110— Forged Steel, 1%-ineh offset.... Per doz. pair, $2.40 Noll5B Pniwi ss+ it,/- , „ 

For Piano Bodies H5B-Forged Steel, l%- me h offset. .Per doz. pair, $2.40 

No. 118— Forged Steel Per doz mir *2 40 »„ .„ n Ar „ , , Corning Bodies. 

For Bracket Front Bodies " ' °' i0 °~ M ^ Me Ir °"> 1%-inch offset. .Per doz. pair, $2.40 

For Piano Bodies. 

Vi,xiy 2 -rnch Dash Bolts Per lm $ - „ 

% X l'/ 2 -inch Dash Bolts , ™ $ 5 °° 

Ax2y 4 -inch Dash Bolts \ i, 'I' ()Q 

Concealed Head Dash or Fender Bolt 

Flat Head Dash Bolt 

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DASH ACCESSORIES 

POCKET FLAP FASTENERS AND APRON HOOKS 




DASH POCKET FASTENER 
Pray's Improved Pattern 

Nickeled or Polished Brass, Pel do 

Japanned " '■"" 

One Dozen per Box. 



DASH POCKET FASTENER 

Littlejohn's Pattern 

Nickeled . . . 

Japanned ' ' 

This fastener 18 
principle .'"".1 takes Dp the *lai-k' of thu 
strap. 

One Dozen per Box. 








DASH POCKET FASTENER 
Thomas and Parker Pattern 

Silver Pltd. or Pol. Brass .Pel 
One Dozen per Box. 



APRON HOOK 

Santa Cruz Pattern 

Nickel Plated on Brass, i 

One "Dozen Pair per Box. 




APRON HOOK 

San Mateo Pattern 

Nickel Plated on Brass . . Per doz. pair, $6 . 00 
One Dozen Pair per Box, 



BOOT HOOK 

San Juan Pattern , 

In I 
Ni-ik-il Plated ou Brass . .1 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 




APRON HOOKS AND RINGS 



Per Gross. P « 

-MaHeable.-Japanned $2.00 .No. S-Malleable, Japaimed.... 

One Gross per Box. One Gross per Box. 

All 01 




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ADJUSTABLE DASH RAILS 

FOR STRAIGHT DASHES 



No. 1683y 2 — Nickeled, 14 -inch, Sope Corners Bach, $1.15 No. 169iy 2 — Nick., %-in., Im. Bope Bottom Bail.. Each, $1.35 





No. 1446 — Nickeled, %-inch, plain Each, $0.70 No. 1570 — Nickeled, %-inek, plain Each $1.00 



V 



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nrmnr 



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No. 1310— Nickeled, %-inch, Bope Top Bail Each, $1.65 No. 1590— Nickeled, 14-inch, plain Each, $0.70 

FOR CURVED DASHES 



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No. 1595-Nickeled, &-ineh, plain Each, $0.90 No. 1308-Nickeled, %-inch, Bope Bottom Bail. .Each, $2. 



10 





No. 1440— Nickeled. -,%-in., Im. Sope Bot. Bail.. Each, $1.20 



No. 1604 — Nickeled A-inch, plain Each, $2.40 



All of above Bails .suitable for Dashes up to 42 inches long. Necessary Clips and Screws for attaching to Dashes furnished with 
all Bails. Imitation Bope has a spiral pattern cut on Solid Bail. "Bope" calls for brass tubing, nickeled, of rope design. 



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FENDERS 

SURREY FENDERS 





Front 

Width at Bottom. Width at Top. 

No. 19 — Front o'j inches 9 inches 

No. 19V2 — Back 5% inches ' inches 



Back 

Center to Center (.. .Per Pair. . .) (. . .Per Set. . .) 

Length, of Attaching Bars. Soft Dash. Grain Top. Soft Dash. Grain Top. 

2(3 inches IS inches 10 ) 

CO inches ~>i" t inches ^ $7 - SS < 





Front 



Back 



Center to Center (. . .Per Pair. . .) (. ..Per Set. . .) 

Width at Bottom. Width at Top. Length, of Attaching Bars. Soft Dash. Grain Top. Soft Dash. Grain Top. 

No. 18 —Front Cinches H-hes 31 inches 20% inches $4.00 $G.OO 

No. 18V4 — Back C inches 7 inches 57 inches 4814 inches 7.13 

All above furnished from factory only. Necessary Concealed Head Bolts supplied with Fenders. Front Fenders are rights and 
lefts, Back Fenders are interchangeable. The above are made with Channel Bar to bolt to step, unless ordered with lugs. 



$8.75 $13.13 



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FENDERS 




SEAT FENDER 



No. 62— 3x4ioxl9 inches, Soft Dash p er pair, $2. 



No. 62— 3x-tUxl9 inches, Grain Top. 



4.47 





No. 35 



No. 45 



PHAETON FENDERS 



No. 35 — I 1 ;x5 1 ,4x7x42 inches, 2 crossbars; 23*4 inches center 
to center of attaching bars; 9 inches from upper end to 
center of slots in crossbar. 

Soft Dash Per pair, $3.30 

Grain Top..., " 4.95 



No. 45 — 4%x5%x7x46 inches, 3 crossbars; 26 inches center 
to center of attaching bars; 10 inches from upper end to 
center of slots in crossbar. 

Soft Dash Per pair, $3.60 

Grain Top " 5 .40 



Necessary Concealed Head Bolts supplied with Fenders. 





SEAT FENDER IRON 

Per Set (4) 
No. 4780—2%x2i4 inches, %-ineh -wide, %-in Bolt $0.20 



SEAT FENDER IRON 

Per Set (4) 
No. 4775— 18x2% ins., proj. 1% ins., Bolt hole % in $0.25 



AUTOMOBILE FENDERS MADE TO ORDER 
Paper Pattern showing exact dimensions must accompany order. 



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BUGGY BOOTS, TOE PADS, ETC. 







IRON FRAME BUGGY BOOT 

Enameled Duck Each, $2.25 

Rubber Duck " B.75 

Leather Cloth " 3.50 

Machine Buffed Leather " 5.00 

SOFT BUGGY BOOTS 

Enameled Duck Each, $1.75 

Eubber Duck " 2.25 

Leather Cloth " 3.00 

Machine Buffed Leather " 4.50 




MEASUREMENTS FOR BUGGY BOOTS 

First: The width of back panel, as shown by Fig. 1, in cut 

of buggy body. 
Second: The distance from back corner to seat riser, as 

shown by Fig. 2. 
Third: The distance from top of panel to bottom of seat, 

as shown by Fig. 3. 
Fourth: The height of seat riser, as shown by Fig. 4 
Fifth: The width of body at base of seat riser, as shown 

by Fig. 5. 
Sixth: The width of body a f top of seat riser. 
Seventh: The distance from top of crossbar, under seat, to 

outer edge of No. 1. 





Nos. 3 and 4 No. 11V4 

TOE CARPET FASTENERS 

Per Gross. 

No. 3 — With Back Plates, Japanned $1.7> 

No. 4— Without Back Plates, Japanned 1-25 

2% inches long, of Stiff Steel, %-inch wide, long Prongs. 
No. ll>/ 2 — Jap. Base, Nie'Id Top, for screws.. Per doz., $1.2~> 

Nos. 3 and 4, one gross per box. No. 11, 1 doz. per box. 




SAN FRANCISCO BUGGY BOOT 

Enameled Duck Covered I 

Eubber Duck Covered " 

Leather Cloth Covered '.'. 

Machine Buffed Leather Covered " 




Illustration is about one-third of full size. 



BOOT RUBBERS 

Boot Eubbers, Complete, with attachments and Bcrew 

eyes Per doz. pair, $2.00 



[1|H||BHHH|HHHHR . 

Illustration is one-half of full size. 
BOOT SPRINGS 

Boot Springs, 5% inches long Per doz. pair, $1 . 7") 




So 

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TOE PADS OR PANEL GUARDS 

Per Doz. Pair. 

No. i— Glazed Drill, Canton Flannel Lined $6.00 

No. 5— Tan Back Drill, Muslin Lined 6.50 

No. 6 — Tan Back Drill, Canton Flannel Lined 

No. 8 — Patent Leather, Canton Flannel Lined 15.00 

No. 4, 8M: in; balance 10 inches wide. 



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METAL WHIP SOCKETS 






No. 8— Hubbards 



No. 10— Hubbards 



No. 8 — Black, length 6% in., leather dash.. Per doz., $3.00 
No. 10 — Black, length 6% in., wood dash " 2.50 




No. 1 — Buffalo Pattern No. 2 — Buffalo Pattern 

No. 1— Black, length 6% in., leather dash.. .Per doz., $1.20" 
No. 2— Black, length 714 -in., wood dash..... " ~ 



1.10 




No. 4 — Buffalo Pattern No. 225 — Buffalo Pattern 




No. 226— Buffalo Pattern No. 221— Open Pattern 

No. 4— Black, length OU in., Road Cart.... Per doz., $0.90 No. 226— Black lcno-tl, 7 i„ ™* a "a , t, , 

No.225-Black, length 6% in., leather dash. . •• 1 2 No 221 R, ) tt 1 " & ™ h *™ d ° Z -' * 1 - 10 ' 

A _ . ^'" J No - 221 — Black, length 5% in., wood dash.... " 90. 

All of above One Dozen per Box. 



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METAL WHIP SOCKETS 







No. 218 No. 220 No. 222 

Road Cart Road Cart Leather Dash 

No. 218 — Black, length 5% inches, open pattern Per in/.., *0.7n 

No. 220 — Black, length 5% inches, open pattern " l ,00 

No. 222 — Black, length 5% inches, open pattern " 1.10 







No. 60 
•Leather Dash 

No. 60 —Black, lgth 6% in. 
No. 60Vj— Black, lgth 6% ins 
•Riveted Band Fasteners. 



No. 601/ 2 

f Leather Dash 



No. 63 
Wood Dash 



No. 84 

Seat 



inside lever... Per doz., $1.90 No. 63 — Black, lgth. 6% ins., inside lever... Per doz., $1.90 

, inside lever. . . " 2.00 No. 84 — Black, lgth. 6% ins., inside lever... " 3.00 

All of above One Dozen per Box. tFour Screw Fasteners. 



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METAL WHIP SOCKETS 







No. 64 
' Leather Dash 



No. 64% 
Wood Dash 



No. 64i/ 2 
f Leather Dash 



No. 71 
Road Cart 



No. 64 — Black, length 6% inches Per doz., $1.70 

No. 64% — Black, length 6% inches " 1.70 



No. 64y 2 ' — Black, length 6% inches Per doz., $1.80 

No. 71 — Black, length 6% inches " 1 . 70 







N ° 10 N °- 15 No. 18 N^19 

no io W B rt DaSh , „, ■ # Leath6r DaSh * Leather Dash * L ^er Dash 

Riveted Band Pasteners. * A11 of above 0ne ^ en ™ ' ^ "* ^ "* ^Screw Paste erT 




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No 
No. 



No- 21 No. 22 

Leather Dash . Leather Dash 

Vise Fasteners Eiveted Band Fasteners 

21— Black, length 6% in* p er doz., $2.50 

22— Black, length (J% in* " 2.50 





No. 22i/ 2 No. 118 

Wood Dash Leather Dash 

Security Band Fasteners 

No. 22i/ 2 — Black, length 6% in* Per doz., $2.30 

No. 118 —Black, length 6% in* " 2.20 





No. 112 



Leather Dash 
Security Band Fasteners 
No. 112— Black, length 6% in*.. 
No. 266— Black, length 6% in*.. 
•Heavy Ruboer, heM by Hooks. 

101 



No. 266 

Leather Dash 
Vise Fasteners 

Per doz., $2.80 

" 2.15 



No. 9 



No. 11 



Leather Dash 

Eiveted Band Fasteners 



Leather Dash 

Riveted Band Fasteners 
No. 9 — Black, lgth, 6% ins., without spring. .Per doz., $0.90 
No. 11 — Black, lgth., 6% ins., three springs. . . " 1.90 



All of above One Dozen per Box. 



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WOOD WHIP SOCKETS 





No. 43 No. 44 

Wood Dash * Leather Dash 

No. 43— Black, lengtji 6% ins., with rubber. . .Per doz., $1.80 
-Black, with nickeled band fasteners, 



No. 14 



length 6% indies, with rubber. 



2.50 





No - 11°V2 No. 108i/ 4 

fLeather Dash Wood Dash 

No. 110>/2— Black, length 6% in., with rubber. Per doz., $1 80 

No.l08y 4 _Oal £ ,nat.fin.,lgth.7in.,withrubber " 4.00 

•Nickeled Security Fancy Band Fasteners. 




Nos. 47 and 47i/ 2 
t Leather Dash 




No. 47 



No. 87 
t Leather Dash 

-Black, length 6% in., with rubber. Per doz., $1.80 
No. 47y = — Black, length 7 in., with rubber. . . " 1.80 

No. 47V»— Black,. with nickeled bands " 2.50 

No. 87 — Bl::ck, with rein holder, 6% in. long " 2.50 





N °- 108y 2 No. 125V4 

| Leather Dash Wood Dash 

No. 108i/ 2 — Oak, nat fin ]gth y iQj wJth rub.pej.,}^^ 00 
No. 125i/ 4 — Oak, nickeled top, 7 in., with rub. " 6.00 

Leader Band Fasteners. JCaffrey Fasteners. 










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WOOD WHIP SOCKETS 









* No. 3oy 2 

No. 30»/ 2 , 7-in.; No. S5y 2 , 6%-in.; No. 4iy 2> 7>' 2 -in. 

BIa « k Per doz., $5.00 

No. 48 — Black, length 6^4 ins., with rubber.. " 2.50 

No. 49 — Black, length 7 ins., with rubber " 2.50 




t No. 51 



No. 56V 2 

ius., with rulilirr. , Per d.rz.. - 



No. 51 —Black, length 

No. 56'/ 2 — Black, length 7 Inches, Metal Cap 

and rubber held by Hooks 



4.50 







t No. 160 



f No. 205 



No. 57 

No. 57— Black, length 8 inches r . .Per doz.,. $4. 00 

No. 160, (!',i ins.; No. 170, 7 ins.— Black " 4.00 No. 97— Black, length 6% ius., Rubb 

No. 160 or 170— Nickeled Cap and Bands " 5.20 No. 98— Black, length 7 ins., Rubber Cap. 

All of above for Leather Dashes, except No. 56%, Wood Dash. Packed % doz. per box 
Vi M rs. fSeeurity Band Fasteners. JCaffrey Band Fasteners. 



t Nos. 97 and 98 

No. 205— Black, length 7 inches Per doz., $4.00 

7.00 
7.00 



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WOOD WHIP SOCKETS 



The top and bottom fasteners are 
made of heavy iron which are 
attached to a heavy arm which, in 
turn, is attached to the bottom of 
the seat by means of bolts or screws. 




The two arms pass through the- 
skirt, and are bolted to the seat bot- 
tom. Does not require a hole through 
the seat cover for the whip. The 
whip is held upright and away from 
the driver's elbow. 



No. 101 
FOR SEAT 




No. 80 
FOR COACH DICKEY SEAT 



No. 101 — Black, length 7% ins Per doz. 

(With Metal Cap and Rubber held by Hooks.) 



3.00 



One-half Dozen per Box. 



No. 80— Black, length 7 1 /- inches Per doz., $7.00 

(With .Metal Cap and Rubber held by Hooks.) 




The arm, 2% inches long, is to be 
fastened with screws or bolts, hold- 
ng the Socket perfectly firm. 



No. 102 
FOR SEAT 




The arm measures 2\(, inches from 
flange to the Socket, and may be in- 
serted through the skirt, the flange 
covering the hole. 



No. 106 
FOR SEAT 



N °' 102 ,W B H tr Tl^ 1% 1 iDChe9 Pei ' d ° Z - * 7 - 00 N0 - 106-Black, length 7U inches Per doz $7 00 

(Wuh Metal - lap and Rubber held by Hooks.) (With Meta! Cap and Rubber held by Hooks ) 

One-half Dozen per Box. 



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LEATHER COVERED WHIP SOCKETS 






This 8ocke< h a s 
Temper. 
Springs that will al- 
ways hold, and Cone 
Bottom that will not 
punch out. 

Lined half length. 



No. 296 



No. 251V4 




Furnished ■ 
enrity Hand 
era. 



LEATHER DASH Pcr <w. 

No. 296 —Black, Igtb. 6%-ins., without fasteners $3.60 

No. 296'/ 4 — Black, Igth. 6% ins., with Security fasteners. 4.50 
Ho. 296y a — Black, lgth. 6% ins., -with Caffrey fasteners. 
No. 296%— Black, lgth. H'j ins., with Chamberlain fasTs 4. 50 
No. 296 7 / 8 — Pigskin, lgth. 6% ins., without fasteners... 5.00 

One-half Dozen per Box. 



LEATHER DASH 
No. 251V4— Black, length <;■•_■ rnchi Per doz.. 

( With Rubber CuBhic 






The Whip may 
stand straight 
in the upright 
socket or rest 
at an angle in 
the inclined 
socket within 
easy reach of 
the driver. Fur- 
nished without 
. tiers. 




No. 237i/ 2 



No. 298 




serting 

,i ted 1 
inside 

port. 



" T " ^V.s ion* P ^ N0.298-B ^.S^SmUV^U," 

NO. 237. ,-Bluck. lgth. , ms„ mchne 3 ,n, long. . . ^^^ ^ ^ , „,„, kn , gtl , ,,.,„„„ lining .) 



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WHIP SOCKET FASTENERS AND REIN HOLDERS 




No. 199 
CHAMBERLAIN'S FASTENER 

T- 

lVi. 13 /8, and 1% inches diameter. 

No. 199 — Black Enamel Finish Per doz. pair, $1.25 

The jaws are light and do not bulge the leather. 

CAFFREY'S FASTENER 

Adjustable, Black Enamel Finish Per doz. pair, $1.25 

Hinged Clamp and Buckle. 
(See Whip Socket No. 51 for illustration of application.) 




Illustration is exact size. 

DICKEY SEAT FASTENER 

Adjustable, 1% to 1% inch, Japanned. . .Per doz. pair, $4.50 




Illustration is exact size. 

CARRIAGE PATTERN REIN HOOK 

No. 1— Japanned Per doz., $9.60 




Illustration is exact size. 

No. 188 
SECURITY BAND FASTENER 

Black Enamel Finish Per doz. pair, $1.25 

This device is the best, both in strength and style and is 
the easiest to put on of any Band Fastener. Made of one 
piece of metal. 




Illustration is half of full size. 



BEHREN'S REIN HOLDER 

No. 180 — Japanned Per doz., $5.00 

No. 185— Nickeled " 8.00 




Illustration is half of full size. 

WAGON PATTERN REIN HOOK 

No. 2— Japanned Per doz., $0.75 

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CARRIAGE LAMPS 






BALTIMORE 

( Body ) Extreme 

Front. Side. Height. Length. 
No. 3— 3K. 4>.; 3'._. 11%-in. 
No. 5— 3% 4 :! , 3% 12 -in. 
Diameter of round flange: — 
No. 3, 5%- in. No. 5, 5%-in. 

Full Silvered Head and Stem, 



Per 

Pair. 

$6.50 

7.50 



NATIONAL 

( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 
No. 3— 3% 4% 3V 2 11 -in. $7.00 
No.5— 3% 4% 3% 11%-in. 8.00 
Diameter of oval flange:— 
No. 3, 5%xAV4-in, No. 5, 6x.j-in. 
Full Silvered Head, Neck and Stem. 



ARIZONA 

( Body ) Ext. Per 

Dia. Lgtb. Side Glass. Lgth. Pair. 

No. 6— 5 -V ; , :>',*! 1 I in. - 
Diameter of round flange: — 

No. 6, is -in. 






ACATENA 



BARTON 



BOYD 



( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 
No.6— 4i, 4i, 5 13%-in. $ 9.00 



No. 



( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 
, l :; , :: :; , 12-in. 



No. 8— 5 



( Body (Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Fair. 
No.5— :>■;, i% 3% 12%-in. $7.50 
No.5'/ 2 4 51,4 4% 13-1,4-in. 8.50 
All of above Lamps are Silver Mounted and Lined, and have Sockets on Sides for Finger Props 
All of above Lamps are Oil Burners except the National, which is also a Candle Burner. 



5% 16%-in. 12.00 



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CARRIAGE LAMPS 




LENOX 

( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 
No. 3— 5 6% 6% 19 -in. $19.50 
No. 5— 4% 5 5% 17%-in. 13.00 




BOONTON 

( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 

No. 1— 6 6 7 21-in. $28.00 

No. 2— 5% 5% 6% 20-in. ' 23.00 




SUBURBAN 

( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 

No. 0—6% 8 8 22-in. $40.00 




AMID ON 




TALBOT 




PRESCOTT 



( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 
No. 1—5% 6 7 19%-in. $35.50 



( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 
No. 0—6% 7 6% 22%-in. $39.00 
Size Flange, 7%x7%-in. 



( Body ) Extreme Per 

Front. Side. Height. Length. Pair. 
No. 3— 5 5 6% 17y 2 -in- $22.00 

No. 4— 4y 2 4% 5% 16%-in. 18.00 
No. 5— 4% 4% 5 16 -in. 15.00 
All of above Lamps are Oil Burners and are Silver Mounted and Lined, and have Sockets on Sides for Finger Props. 






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RHONE 
Oil Burner 

( . . .Body. . . ) Extreme Per 

Diam. Height. Length. Pair. 

NO. 8— 7% 7Yt 18%-in. $43.00 

FuU Silvered Head, Neck and Stem. 

Four Swelled Bent Glasses, 7%x4 in. 






IVY 
Oil Burner 
( ...Body. ) Extreme Per 
Biaui. Height. Length. Pair. 

No. 6- 8 .v., l.vvin. $84.80 

Full Silvered Stem. 
Four Swell.',! Benl Glasses, 6x3 U in. 



No 8Vi— 



RANDALL HEARSE LAMP 
Oil Burner 

( Body ) Extreme 

Front. Side. Height. Length. 
B 6 7 

Silver Lined and Mounted. 
FuU Silvered Head, Neck and Stem. 



Per Pair. 
. .450, 00 





Glass Exposed 




Front. 


No. 


2 — inches. 


No. 


3 — .>»-_. inches. 


No. 


4 — 6 inches. 



The Concord Stage Lamp is so devised as to enable the protect! if 

the "lass when the lamp is not in use. The upper portion of the lamp 
(.that part containing the glass), can be instantly removed and reversed. 
the glass thus being faced against the metal back and side of the lower 
portion of the lamp, and the openings, whero the glass is normally placed. 
being closed with the metal back and side of the upper part of the lamp. 

CONCORD REVERSIBLE STAGE LAMP 
Candle Burner 

Side. Height. 

."> inches. 7 inches. 

5% inches. 7% inches, 

inches. 8 inches. 




Glass Protected 



Extreme Length. 

1816 inches Per pair, $16.00 

19% inches " 18.00 

20% inches " 20.00 



With Polished Brass Head, Japanned Body and Stem, and Hook Props. Burns Candles lVix5 inches. 



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DRIVING LAMPS 




No. 55— NEVEROUT 

No. 55N— Full Nickeled, German Silver Reflector,. Each $4.50 
(Weight 12^4 ounces, height 6^ ins., diameter face, 3 in.) 
The patent elbow bracket admits of any adjustment, and 
this, together with the stylish appearance and durability, 
makes thiB an exceedingly popular Dash Lamp. Burns kero- 
sene, and one filling is sufficient for seven hours use. 
One per Box. 




No. 53— NEVEROUT 

No. 53N — Full Nickeled, German Silver Reflector. Each, $4.50 
No. 53B— Full Polished Brass, Ger. Silver Beflee. . " 5.00 
(Weight 20 ounces, height 9^4 in., diameter face 4^4 in.) 
Equipped for Finger Prop Irons, but can be used with 
No. 46 Dash Brackets. This is a very handsome and well- 
made Dash or Side Lamp. Burns kerosene, and one filling 
is sufficient for ten hours use. 

One per Box. 




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No. 4J— UNION DRIVING No. 46— BRACKET 

No. 4J — Japanned, .Alumiuum Reflector Each, $5.00 

(Height 11% inches, diameter glass, 5% inches.) 

No. 46 — Japanned Dash Bracket Each, $0.40 

The No. 4.J Lamp has a one-half inch brass rim around 
the glass, which adds greatly to the appearance. Can be 
fastened to either side of the dash, or can be used with 
finger prop. Burns kerosene, and is proof against wind and 
vibration. 

One per Box. 




No. 14— DANDY DRIVING 

No. 14 — Japanned, Nickel Trimmed Each, $3.50 

Height over all, 8 inches, diameter face, outside of flange, 
4% inches. Diameter of glass, where attached to flange, 
3% inches. Furnished with leather covered spring back 
attachment to fit on top of Dash. Also furnished with 
Sockets on sides for use with finger props or No. 46 attach- 
ment. A well-made lamp, with double ventilated body. 
Burns kerosene oil, and gives a good light. 
One per Box. 






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LAMP AC ( l-.SSORIES 



COACH CANDLES 
Wax 

Diam. Length. 

% inches. 2% inches.. rer doz., 

7 / a inches. SK- inches.. " 

l^ inches. 3 inches.. " 

IVi inches. 3 inches.. " 

l>/ 4 inches. 5 inches.. " 
One Dozen per Box. 



ANTICANDLES 
Patent 





Diam. Length. 


♦0.50 


No. 6—1' mi. .IVr pr., $1.76 


.70 


No. 8— l^io. 1 . 7.-. 


.80 


No. 10—1 in. in.. " 1.78 


1.00 


No. 12— %-in. 5%-ia.. " L78 


1.60 


A substitute for candles, Burns kero- 




»e, and one filling will last ten hours. 




Round Wick Flat Wick 

LAMP BURNERS 

Bound Wick Per pair, $0.50 

Flat Wick " -50 



LAMP FINGER IRONS 
Wrought 

Diameter Per 

Height. Top. Bot. Doz. Pr. 
No. 494S— 5 -in. ,',,-iii. %-in. . .$2.40 
No. 494L— 6%-in. li-in. -U-in.,.3.00 

Malleable 

Per 
Hgt. Stand. Doz. Pr. 
No. 4940— .Tapcl. 3(^4 -in. %-in. $3.00 
For attaching lamp to canopy top 
standards. 




No. 494 



No. 4940 




LAMP FINGER IRONS 

Hght. Proj. Size Bolts. 
No. 4925— Japd., 8%-in. 3%-in. %-in Per doz. pr., $4.80 

Height. Projec. Bevel 
No. 4935— Japd., 4-in. 3%-in. 75°.. Per doz. pr., $1 80 




No. 4925 



No. 4935 







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CREDITS AND COLLECTIONS 

Credit means: Belief, trust, to confide in. You fully 
believe, when you open a new account, that your customer 
will pay you according to your terms, and you trust to his 
honesty to do so at maturity; if he respects the confidence 
you repose in him, he will settle. 

Collections: We all know this means to gather in or 
to get together the confidence or credit which we have en- 
trusted in our customer. Everybody expects credit, we rely 
on it; why, therefore, do we not give this portion of our 
business more attention? 

Credit is the originator and beginning of business. 
Without credit, there would be practically no business. 

No factor is so necessary in building- up a business as 
credit, and no factor is so necessary in building up credit as 
truth. 

Too many of us treat a request for a settlement of an 
overdue account as an insult. This is not the right feeling. 
Remember, when your account is due, it. should be paid, and, 
if for any reason it cannot, make known that reason to your 
Creditor. An overdue account is exactly the same as a 
demand loan from a bank, payable at once, and furthermore, 
interest should be paid for the accomodation of being carried. 

No man should become the Creditor of any man who is 
not both willing and able to pay his own debts upon the 
expiration of the credit, and no man ought to be a Debtor 
who has not the means present, within clear and sure pros- 
pect, to pay when the debt becomes pavable. 







SHAFT AND POLE TRIMMINGS 



TIPS, 



ATTACHMENTS, 



SHAFT LEATHERS 



and ANTI-RATTLERS 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 
Subdivision of "Shaft and Pole Trimmings" 



SHAFT TIPS are used for the purpose of giving a finish 
to, and protecting the shaft end, SHAFT SOCKET ENDS 
being a shaft repairing substitute. 

POLE TIPS, POLE CRABS, WHIFFLETREE TIPS and 
NECKYOKE TIPS serve both as end finishers and protec- 
tion to the various parts to which they apply and as means 
of attachment of the harness. 

TUG STOPS serve to prevent tug loop from passing back 
of the point at which the tug stop is fastened to the shaft, 
thus making the use of breeching straps not absolutely 
necessary. 

SHAFT STOPS are applied to the shaft, at a point a few 
inches in front of the shaft coupling and serve as a rest for 
the shaft when raised to a vertical position in the stable, the 
top of the shaft stops coming into contact with the front 
end of the gear braces when the shafts are in an upright 
position. 

TEACE POSTS are attached to the shaft crossbar, or 
" splinterbar, " or pole bar, where whiffletrees are not used, 
"ragged" trace posts sometimes being applied at the out- 
side, to serve as a step, if desired. 

TRACE ATTACHMENTS serve to keep the trace in 
position on the whiffletree. 



NECKYOKE CENTEES attach to the Neckyoke and pass 
over the pole tip, when in use on the harness. 

FINISHED NECKYOKES are obtainable fully painted 
and finished, and unpainted (in the white), and are equipped 
with NECKYOKE TIPS and CENTERS. 

SHAFT LEATHEES are used as follows: TIP PIECES 
to finish end of shaft back of shaft tip, HOLD-BACK 
PIECES: To bind the shaft at point of application of 
breeching strap, SINGLETEEE PIECES to bind the single- 
tree where equalizer straps pass around same. 

A set of SHAFT STRAPS consists of eight pieces, used 
in pairs successively as follows: To form breeching strap 
loops on shaft, trace loops on shaft, and equalizer loops 
attached to cross or pole bar, passing around whiffletree, 
the "keys" being used to maintain the traces on whiffle- 
trees. 

SPRING BUFFEE STRAPS maintain the Spring Buffer 
in position. 

EVENER STRAPS are attached at one end to the axle, 
ami the other end to the doubletree, serving as equalizers. 

ANTI-RATTLERS are inserted at the pole or shaft 
coupling for the purpose of obviating vibration and rattling. 






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SHAF i I'IPS 







PLAIN, FLAT END 

Composition 

Size hole, inches % Vt x 11/f> v/i 

Per Dozen Pair—. 

No. 8— Silvered, 1%-in. long. $1.50 $1.50 $1.80 $2.30 *2.!><i 

No. 10 — Silvrd or Brass, 2-in.. l'.4o l'.io 8.90 3. SO 4.30 

Wo. 12— Silvered, 2Vj-in. long. 3.70 3.711 1.50 0.30 S.00 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 




No. 35— EXPRESS TIP 

Extra Heavy, Cast Brass 

Size hole, inches l'/ 4 1% V/t 1% 

Per Dozen Pair — 

*No. 35— Sil. or Brass, 3-in...$8.50 $9.50 (11. QO $12.00 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 




No. 387— BALL TIP 
Extra Heavy, Cast Brass 

Size, inches lVixS'/i l%x3'/ 2 l'/ 2 x4 

*No. 387— Silvrd., Per doz. pair. $10.40 $12.00 $13.80 
One Dozen Pair per Box. 
"These tips are frequently used as stake caps for fancy 
delivery trucks or wagons, and add materially to the appear- 
ance and finish of the vehicle. 




PLAIN. ROUND END 

Composition 

Size hole, inches n j j , . 

Per Dozen Pair — 
No. 80— Silvrd.. ia, ;„. l.., lvr . . $1,50 H.50 ,, 

Drawn Steel Shaft Tips 
No. 20— Silvered, \x\\ ,„. In p, r ,,,„ 

No. 25— Silvered, ]x_' inele- 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 




No. 15— OCTAGON TIP 

Composition 

Size hole, inches % % 1 n/ 8 ii/ 4 

Per Dozen Pair — 

No. 15— Sit or Brass, 2%-in..$8.00 $8.00 $9.08 $12,00 $10.00 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 




No. 3825— OVAL END TIP 
Heavy Malleable Iron 

Size, inches VsXlVt 1x1% lV*xl% 

Japanned. .. .1'er doz pr., $0.75 $0.90 $1.20 
Size, ins. 7 / 8 xl% 1x1% l'/ 8 xl% lVix2 1%*2 
XG. Plate... $0.90 $1.10 $1.50 +2. HI $8.70 



1 '/ix2 
$1 .60 

iy»x2 
$6.00 






Dowel Pattern Spliced Pattern 

STEEL SHAFT SOCKET ENDS 

Japanned, Nickeled Tips 

Buggy Size, Hole 1% ins., length 28 ins.. . Per sgl. doz., $7.20 Surrey Size, hole 1% ins., length 28 ins.. . Per sgl. doz., $9.«0 

Two Dozen per Box. 
These devices are used for repairing broken shafts. Easily put on. Strong and serviceable. Very neat in appearance. 



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POLE TIPS 




No. 18— FLAT END, FLANGED PATTERN 
Composition 

Size hole, inches 1 1 V 8 J'/ t 1% 1% 

Length, inches 7% 7Vi 7% 8 8 

No. 18— Silver or Brass Plated Per doz., $15.00 $15.00 $16.50 $18.50 $21.03 

« .i i ■mm II I l J,. .,J-L 

No. 12— ROUND END, FLANGED PATTERN 
Composition 

Size hole, inches j J1/a 1% 13/g ^ 1% 

Length, inches 6 y 4 6 y 4 63/1 7 7% g 

No. 12— Silver or Brass Plated, extra heavy flange Per doz.,$12 .00 $12 . 00 $13 . 50 $15 . 50 $18 . 00 $24 . 00 

No. 25— OCTAGON PATTERN, FULL FLANGED 
Composition 

Size hole, inches 

Length, inches .r^.WW'Z'. L g* gj ** 1% 

No.25-Silver or Brass Plated ^ ..ZT^V **»' *™4 *"-oS *8o! 6 1 $2a.5a $26*00 

All of above, Half Dozen per Box. 




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Size Hole, 
l'/t inches 
l 6 / 8 inches 
1% inches 



POLE CRABS 




No. 54 



BEST MALLEABLE IRON 
C. P. Silver Plated 



Length Pod. 
4 :t | inches 
4% inches 
5 inches 



Width across Arms. 
ti'i inches 
ti'.j Inches 
(i"i Inches 




No. 55 



BEST MALLEABLE IRON 
C. P. 8ilver Plated 



Each. 

$5.15 
5.40 



Size Hole, 
inches 



Length Pod. 
J-' 1 , in 



Width across Arms. 



Each. 





Size Hole. 
l'/i inches 
1% inches 



Size Hole. 
1% inches 
lVi inches 
1% inches 
1% inches 



No. 56 

BEST MALLEABLE IRON 

C. P. Silver Plated 



Length Pod. 
6 inches 
6 inches 



Width across Arms. 
6% inches 
6% inches 




No. 477 

BEST MALLEABLE IRON 
C. P. Silver Plated 



Length Pod. 
4% inches 

4TJj in. 
4% inches 
4'j. inches 



Width across Arms. 

10% inches 

10% inches 
10'i inches 



Each. 

$5.15 
5.75 



Each. 

$3 . 75 
1 . 25 
4.50 
4.75 



Size Hole. 
1% inches 
l'/ 2 inches 
1% inches 
1% inches 



No. 145 

BEST MALLEABLE IRON 

C. P. Silver Plated 



Len 


jth Pod. 


Width across Arms. 


Each. 


7% 


inches 


10% inches 


$:t.fio 


7 % 


inches 


10% inches 


3 . 75 


7', 


inches 


10% inches 


4. 86 


7', 


inches 


inches 


1 . 75 




No. 465 

FRENCH SWIVEL CRAB 
Best Malleable Iron 



Size Hole. 
V/i inches 
iy 2 inches 



Length Pod. 
8% inches 

•_' 1 .'. in 



Width Across 

Arms. 

Gij inches 

G(.j inches 



Finish. 

C.P.Silvcr 

Polished 



Each. 



All of above, One per Package. 



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WHIFFLETREE ACCESSORIES, ETC. 

WHIFFLETREE tips 







No. 8— PLAIN PATTERN 
Composition 



Size hole, inches % 

Length, inches 3% 



% i iVb 1V4 

3y 2 4 4% 4% 

Per Dozen Pair: — 
No. 8— Sil vrd or Brass. $7.00 $7.00 $8.50 $12.50 $18.00 
One Half Dozen Pair per Box. 




No. 7— OCTAGON PATTERN 

Composition 

Size hole, inches % % ! iVs 1V4 

Length, inches 3% 3% 4% 4>/ 2 4% 

Per Dozen Pair: — 
No. 7— Silvrd or Brass $11.00 $11.00 $13.00 $17.00 $23.00 
One-Half Dozen Pair per Box. 




No. 11— COACH, BEADED 
Composition 

Size hole, inches 1% IVi 1% 

Length, inches 3% 3% 3% 

No. 11— Silvered or Brass. .Per set (4) $3.75 $4.25 $5.00 
One Set per Box. 




. No. 110— COACH, BEADED 
Composition 

Size hole, inches iy e iy 4 • 1% 1V 2 

Length, inches 4V 8 4% 5 5 

No. 110— Sil. or Brass . Per set (4) $3 . 50 $4 . 00 \ $5 . 00 $6.00 
One Set per Box. 



TUG AND SHAFT STOPS 





No. 338— Straight Pattern 

No. 338 — Length 4 ins., Nickeled or Brass. . . .Per pair, $1.40 

Price includes screws. 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 



SHAFT TUG STOPS 
Composition 

No. 336— Straight Pattern 

No. 336— Length 6 ins., Nickeled or Brass Per pair, $1.70 

Price includes screws. _. 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 




No. 337— Curved Pattern 

SHAFT TUG STOP 

Composition 

No. 337 — Length 6% ins., Nickeled or Brass. .Per pair, $1.70 

Price includes screws. 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 



COUPE SHAFT STOP 

Malleable 

Coupe Shaft Stops Per lb., $0.25 

Two Dozen per Box. 






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WHIFFLETREE ACCESSORIES, ETC. 





Brougham Pattern 



Landau Pattern 



HUMANE TRACE POSTS 



Brougham Pattern Per set (4), $10.00 Landau Pattern I'.r set (4), »10.00 

These posts are made of brass, except the corrugated top, which is made of iron and finish. d for painting. 

One Set per Box. 






No. 390 No- 393 No. 392 

FORGED STEEL TRACE POSTS 

Size Top. Length. Bolt. 

No. 390-Oval, Hand Bagged 4 x2% inch,*. 5 inches, ft-inch square Per pair, »1 .80 

No. 392-Square, Hand Kagged 3%x2% inches. 5 inches. A-incJ square 

No. 393-Eound, Single Bead &A inches. B inches. A-ineh square 

A set of Trace-posts consists of one pair of either No. 390 or 392, and one pair of No. 393. 

Four Pair per Box. 





Excelsior 



Japanned Per < loz - r air > *°- T;; 

tt 2 25 

Nickeled 

This is a simple and neat d< olding the trace. It 

is absolutely impossible for the trace to work off, if the 
rivet hole is made 3% inches from end of whiffletree. 
One Dozen Pair per Box. 



San Carlos 

TRACE ATTACHMENTS 

Japanned ''« '*" z - V**. *•** 

This is a double trace holder, permitting the doubling of 
the trace buck when the front hole is used. 
One Dozen Pair per Box. 



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NECKYOKE ACCESSORIES 

NECKYOKE TIPS 





No. 10— FLAT END, PLAIN 
Composition 

Size hole, inches % Va 1 V/s 

Length, inches 4 4y 4 4% 4% 

No. 10— Sil. or Brass.. Per doz. pr. $10.50 $10.50 $14.00 $18.00 
One-half Dozen Pair per Box. 



No. 600— FLAT END, BEADED 

Composition 

Size hole, inches Vs 1 

Length, inches 3% Z% 

No. 600— Silver Plated Per doz. pair, $8.00 $10.00 

One-half Dozen Pair per Box. 





No. 13— ROUND END 

Composition 

Size hole, inches Vs 1, 

Length, .inches 3% ' 3% 

No. 13— Silver Pltd. or Brass. Per doz. pair, $8.50 $11.50 
One-half Dozen Pair per Box. 



No. 11— OCTAGON PATTERN 
Composition 

Size hole, inches ' % Vs 1 We 

Length, inches 4 V-A 4y 2 i% 

No. 11— Sil. or Brass.. Per doz. pr. $16.00 $16.00 $20.00 $26.00 
One-half Dozen Pair per Box. . 






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NECKYOKE CENTERS 





COVERTS 

No. 1 Coverts Per doz., $12.00 

For Yokes 1%, 1%, 1%, 1%, 2, 2%, and 2V4 inches.. 
Made of best heavy harness leather, with steel band 
3 inches wide, leather covered. 

One-half Dozen per Box. 



No. 40 NEW SECURITY 

No. 40— New Security Per doz., »9.00 

For Yok- ! >., 2, and 2% inches. 

Made of selected heavy harness leather, with storl band 
3 inches wide, leather covered. 

One-half Dozen per Box. 





No. 70 NEW SECURITY 
Adjustable 

No . 7o_New Security, heavy, for yokes 2% 

inches or smaller Per doz., $18.00 

No. 75— New Security, extra heavy, for 

yokes 2% inches or smaller " 21 - 00 

Made entirely of selected heavy harness leather; measures 
3% inches wide at the top and is adjustable. 
One-half Dozen per Box. 



SHUMAN'S SWIVEL 
Steel, Leather Lined Hole 



Width of Diameter 
Sleeve Clasp. Sleeve Clasp. 



No. 1— 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 



2— 
3— 



5— 



8%-in. 
8%-in. 

3 -in. 
3 -in. 
8%-in, 



l'._. to 1%-in. 
1% to 1%-in. 
1% to 1%-in. 
1% to 2 -in. 

2% to 



Diameter 

Pole Hole. 
1%-in. Per doz., : 

1%-in. " 

1%-in. " 

1%-in. " 

1%-in. " 



9.00 
9.00 
9.75 
9.78 
10.50 



One-half Dozen per Box. 



FINISHED NECKYOKES 




mfpk-vokf WITH HEAVY LEATHER CENTER AND METAL TIPS 

Star, Second Growth, 4-inch Malleable Tip 
In the White. 

No . i— l%.jnch diameter Per doz., $21.00 

inch diameter 24.00 

" 30.00 



Acme, Black Hickory, 4-inch Malleable Tip 

Painted Black. 



No . 4-1%-inch diameter *« doz., $15.00 

No. 5—2 -inch diameter () * 

No. 7— 2^-inch diameter 



No. 5—2 

No. 7 — 2Vi-inch dii 



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SHAFT LEATHERS AND STRAPS 




SHAFT LEATHERS 
Made of Patent Leather 

Tip Pieces. Hold-back Pieces. 

Set No. 1 — Two pieces, 4x6x24 inches, plain. 2 pieces 6x8 inches, plain. 

Set No. 2 — Two pieces, 4x6x36 inches, plain. 2 pieces 6x8 inches, plain. 

Set No. 3 — Two pieces, 4x6x24 inches, bound. 2 pieces 6x8 inches, bound. 

Set No. 4 — Two pieces, 4x6x36 inches, bound. 2 pieces 6x8 inches, bound. 

Extra Square Pieces 

4x6-in. Plain Per 100, $ 5.40 4x6x24-in. 

6x8-in. Plain ! " 10.80 4x6x36-in. 

4x6-in. Bound " 8.75 4x6x24-in. 

6x8-in. Bound " 17.50 4x6x36-in. 



Singletree Pieces. Per Set. 

2 pieces 4x6 inches, plain $1.10 

2 pieces 4x6 inches, plain 1. 75 

2 pieces 4x6 inches, bound 1 . 65 

2 pieces 4x6 inches, bound 2.40 

Extra Tip Pieces 

Plain Per 100, $38 . 00 

Plain " 70.00 

Bound " 55 . 60 

Bound " 93 . 00 




SHAFT STRAPS 
Harness Leather, Creased 

Per doz. set. 
Set No. 1 — 2 pes. 8-in. 2 pcB. 10-in. 2 pes. 12-in. 2 keys. $4. 00 
One Dozen Set per Box. 



SHAFT STRAP 
Harness Leather, Creased 



Length, 12 inches, %-inch wide 

50 per Box. 



Per 100. 
$5.00 




5 / 8 -inch wide, 
%-inch wide, 



SPRING BUFFER STRAP 
Harness Leather, Creased 

12 inches long Per doz. 

14 inches long " 



pair, 



$ 9.00 
10.00 



EVENER STRAP 
Harness Leather, Creased 

7 / 8 -inch wide, 48 inches long Per doz. pair, $24.00 

1-inch wide, 52 inches long " 27.00 






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\N I 1 K \ I LERS 









No. 1 



Nos. 2 and 4 



Nos. 1209 and 5 

No. 1209— Dandy Per doz. pr. $1.50 No. 1— Burton's Per '■ ' *l-50 

No. 5 —Burton's .. " 1.23 (With Bolt Holder.) No. 4— Iiurton V . . 8.50 

Nos. 1209, 5, 1, and 2, are for % or 1-inch coupling; No. 4 is for 1' » or V , inch coupling. 

One Dozen Fair per Box. 





JOHNSON'S 

NO. 1— For %, 1 or 1%-inch axle Per doz. pr. 

No. 2 — For 1% or 1%-inch axle 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 



$2 . 25 
2.50 



SAN CARLOS QUICK-SHIFTER 

San Carlos Quick Shifter and Ann I 

fit % or ,'o-inch bolt hole Per do?., pr. 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 





LADD'S 

No. 1-For % and 1-inch couplings Per doz. pr. | 

No. 2— For 1%, ' l '' Lng9 

NO. 3— For 1%, 1% and l*L-ineh ecu] 

One Dozen Pair per Box. 







ANTI-RATTLER RUBBER 

No. 225-CIoth liued. % or 1 in.h Per strip, $2.00 

No. 1203— Plain, T's "r liaeh " 1 ' 5 ° 

Two Feet per Strip. 



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COMPETITION 

Competition, as the word is today understood in the 
business world, is of three kinds: Competition of Price, Com- 
petition of Credit, and Competition of Service. 

Competition of Price was formerly considered to be the 
only form of competition, but it is now generally recognized 
that price competition carried to a point destructive of 
reasonable returns usually also destroys Service. Price is 
regulated by demand and supply, and the regulation of 
prices takes place much more rapidly than is generally 
realized. 

Competition of Credit is false competition. "When your 
customer is induced to patronize you because you let his 
bills run, you are taking a risk which may eventually impair 
your business, and meanwhile your business remains smaller 
by just the amount of capital witheld from it in the form 
of overdue accounts. In some localities an antiquated 
custom of "settling up once a year' 1 survives. This custom 
has just as much right to exist as a business method, as the 
bow and arrow and wooden battleships as fighting instru- 
ments. 4 

Competition of Service is a natural, legitimate form of 
competition, with unlimited possibilities. It ib the only 
form of competition which wins in the end. Tour customer 
"wants what he wants when he wants it," and if you can 
give it to him, "and then some," you win. 








SUNDRY TRIMMERS' MATERIALS 



TACKS AND NAILS, 



BUTTONS, THREAD, ETC. 



CUSHION SPRINGS AND WOODS 

STIFFENING AND FILLING MATERIALS 



DRESSINGS, GLUE, ETC. 

BUCKLES, RINGS, ETC. 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 

Subdivision of "Sundry Trimmers' Materials" 



The uses of TACKS and NAILS are as follows: SOLID 
HEAD LINING NAILS, to tack binding over bows, to finish 
binding on backs, to tack shaft straps on shafts. CAPPED 
HEAD LINING NAILS, same as Solid Head Lining Nails, 
where better appearance is desired, etc. CAPPED HEAD 
SADDLE NAILS, for holding stiffening in shape on backs, 
fastening inside lace or head lining flap to bows, smaller 
sizes to hold stiffening in shape on back bows and side 
quarters, etc. COVEEED SADDLE, same as Capped Head 
Saddle Nails where it is desired to have the head match 
Trimming or Upholstery of vehicles, etc. MILONITE 
SADDLE NAILS,, in similar manner to Capped Head Saddle 
Nails, principally in the upholstery of seat backs, etc. 
BEASS NAILS, 'principally for fastening lining of automo- 
bile Cushions and Seat Backs, etc. ESCUTCHEON PINS, 
for fastening escutcheon plates, etc. SWEDES TACKS, 
wherever heads do not show in finish, 12 to 16 oz. in tack- 
ing on Shaft Straps, 1% and 2 oz. for temporary use in 
fastening thin materials, 6 oz. in finishing backs, SVa oz. in 
tacking head linings and covering bows. GIMP TACKS, to 
attach pasting and seaming lace and leather gimps. LACE 
TACKS, for the same purpose as Gimp Tacks where a better 
finish is desired. LEATHEE COVEEED and MILONITE 
TACKS, substitute for Gimp or Lace Tacks, etc. 

TUFTING BUTTONS are used in making seat cushions 
and backs not equipped with springs, the buttons being used 
in pairs, at top and bottom, at frequent intervals, drawn 
together with Tufting Twine, for the purpose of holding the 
filling material in place. 

CLINCH BUTTONS are used, in connection with washers 
at bottom, for the same purpose as tufting buttons, where 
springs are used, being clinched through the filled pad 
placed on top of the springs. 

BUTTON TUFTS and HAND MADE TUFTS are used 
in the same manner as Tufting Buttons in high-class work, 
usually where cloth upholstery is used. 

COPPEE EIVETS and TUBULAE EIVETS are used in 
fastening straps, the latter also being used for riveting side 
quarters to back stays on work of cheap class. 

GBOMMETS are used to provide a metallic button hole 
to fasten Canopy Top, Delivery Wagon and Truck Top Cur- 
tains to hooks or knobs, as hooking eyes on straps, etc. 

LINEN THEEAD holds color better than COTTON 
THEEAD and has greater tensile strength, but is not so 
durable where exposed to friction and wear. 

LOCK STITCH THEEAD is used principally in covering 
dashes. 

SHOE THEEAD is usually used in applying the covering 
of Landau Tops, stitching dashes, valances, and any other 
purpose where a black Hand Thread is required. 

SPOOL SILK is used where great durability or a fine 
finish is desired. 

TUFTING TWINE is used to attach Tufting Buttons or 
Tufts together in seat cushions and backs. 

SPEING TWINE is interwoven from spring to spring, 
in spring seats and seat-backs for the purpose of maintaining 
the springs in place laterally. 

SEAMING COED is used for the purpose of forming 
a welt or hem on the edges of cushions and seat-backs, and 
in connection with pasting and seaming lace for interior 
trimming of heavy work, such as Landaus, etc. 

BEESWAX and SHOEMAKEE'S WAX are used as 
thread strengthened, the latter being particularly applicable 



to harness and strap sewing, and used by trimmers when 
it is necessary to make up an extra heavy thread, by twist- 
ing regular threads together and waxing. Beeswax is used 
in hand sewing only. 

CUSHION SPBINGS are used in cushions, in connection 
with Spring Twine, SPEING STEIPS and SPEING 
FEAMES, which provide partial or complete lateral fasten- 
ing, as an improvement on the method of fastening by 
spring twine, being frequently substituted. Spring Frames, 
however, are not used in spring backs, it being necessary to 
use BACK SPEINGS laterally attached by means of Spring 
Twine, a modification being the PIVOT BACK SPEING, the 
lower end of which is fastened to the seat back with a screw. 

Small CUSHION FEAMES are for use on heavy wagons, 
in connection with cushion pad, usually being provided with 
no covering or wooden frame. 

BUCKEAM is used as stiffening or foundation material in 
back stays, in quarters of tops, cushions, backs, etc. 
DOUBLE BUCKEAM simply being two thickness of single 
Buckram pasted together and being used principally in back 

stays. 

SCBIMS. — Used in body building, being glued to inside 
of body panels to obviate checking, warping, etc. 

BUELAP is sometimes used in place of Unbleached 
Muslin in the quarters of tops, also below the covering in 
shaping up plain or untuf ted cushions and backs, etc. 

STEAWBOABD is principally used as stiffening material 
for drop backs. 

BACK STAT PAPEE is a substitute for Buckram and 
Metallic Back Stay Strips in back stays. 

STAY WEBBING is used on the quarters of tops, 
serving to relieve the strain on the top material when the 
bows are spread, and as a foundation to which to sew the 
top covering, also used as a strengthening material on the 
bottoms of filled cushions, etc. 

EXCELSIOE, MOSS and CUELED HAIE are used as 
filling or stuffing for Cushions, Backs, and other upholster- 
ing, excelsior being used in cheap work, moss on medium 
priced work, and hair in the best class of work. Hair is 
also used in padding the quarters of tops. 

WADDING is used to give a smooth surface between the 
covering and filling of cushions and seat backs, in padded 
dashes, and also as padding for top quarters. 

TOP and HAENESS DEESSINGS are used to brighten up 
or dress tops, etc. 

EDGE INK is used in trimming work to darken the 
edges of trimmed and cut leather. 

HAENESS OIL is used for the purpose of making 
leather pliable. 

GLUE is used by Trimmers, when it is necessary, to attach 
leather or fabric work to wood parts, etc. 

TBIMMEES' PASTE is used in pasting stiffening ma- 
terials for back stays, quarters, side laces, in attaching cloth 
to curtains, and in attaching pasting lace and cushion 
facings, etc. 

BUCKLES, EINGS, SNAPS and LOOPS are generally 
used by trimmers, in connection with the attachment of 
straps, etc. Used in various places on automobile running 
boards, bodies and tops; being sometimes used, however, in 
connection with tops of wagons, trucks and other heavy 
vehicles. 



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TRIMMERS' NAILS 



7 16 8 10 916 



IS 



IS 01. 






22 or. 



tttttttt T TTTTTTf 

SOLID WF.An T.TVTWfi matt a ' 



SOLID HEAD LINING NAILS 
Japanned 



Weight, ounces. 4 

Per lb $0.64 

Per Paper 07 

Weight, ounces 14 

Per lb $0.48 

Per Paper 07 



$0.56 
.07 
16 

$0.48 



8 

$0.52 
.07 
18 

$0.48 
.07 



10 

$0.50 
.07 
20 

$0.48 
.07 



12 

$0.48 
.07 
22 

$0.48 
.07 



CAPPED HEAD LINDJO NAILS 

Japanned 

Weight, ounces. 4 6 8 10 

IVr ''"P'T W.08 $0.08 $0.08 $0.08 

Weight, ounces 14 16 18 20 

|,,r P »P« W.09 $0.09 $0.09 $0.09 $0.09 

Twenty Papers per Package. 



12 

$0.08 



X. C. Plate (Solid Head) 

Weight, ounces. 6 8 10 12 16 

Per Paper $0.07 $0.07 $0.07 $0.07 $0.07 

Japanned, Solid Head, carried in 1-lb. papers, 5-lb. boxes and 
in packages of 20 papers; XC Plate in packages of 20 papers. 

IVi in. 
No. 6 



No. 2 



^ 



No. 4 



No. 6 




No. 3 




CAPPED HEAD SADDLE NAILS 
Japanned 

Size 14oz. No. 3 16oz.No. 2 1" No. i li/ 4 "No.4 l'/ 2 "No. 4 l%"No. 4 l"No. 6 l%"No.6 l'/V'No. 6 iy 4 "No. 6 

Per Paper $0.17 $0.17 $0.17 $0.17 $0..17 $0.37 $p'20 $0.20 $0.20 $0.20 

Polished Brass X. C. Plate 

Size 14oz.No.3 l"No.6 Size 14oz.No.3 l'/ 4 "No.4 l"/ 2 "No.4 

Per paper $0.22 $0.26 Per paper $0.17 $0.17 $0.17 

Ten Papers per Package. 




CLOTH COVERED SADDLE NAILS 

Per Gro. 

22 Line, Green. Blue or Brown $0.60 

22 Line, Drab or Maroon 85 

22 Line, Whipcord 70 

1 and IVi-inches long. 
One Gross per Box. 



2! 



MILONITE SADDLE NAILS 

22 Line, No. 77 Gxeen Per paper, $0.30 

12 Line, No. 78 Maroon ... " .80 

22 Line, No. 79 Russet " .30 

%, 1 and l'/i inches long. 
100 per Paper. 




LEATHER COVERED SADDLE NAILS 

Per Gro. 

22 Line, No. 77 Green or No. 73 Blue $0.75 

22 Line, No. 75 Med., or No. 78 Light Maroon .75 

22 Line, No. 66 Tan 90 

1 and Hi-inches long. 
One Gross per Box. 



BRASS NAILS AND PINS 

No. 42 Brass Nails, %-ineh. . .Pel huh), J] 
1000 Per Box. 




No. 10 Escutcheon Pins, 
No. 12 Escutcheon Pins, 
One Pound 
Brass Nail. 



r Box. C> 

ii.l'crlb., $1.50 i 

i, 1-inch. " 1.50 1 

per Box. \ 



Escutcheon Pin 



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TRIMMERS' TACKS 



1% 2 2U 3 4 

3%-16 4-16 5-16 6-16 7-16 

t I T T. T 



6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 oz. 

1-16 9-16 10-16 11-16 12-16 13-16 14-16 15-16 46-16 18-16 in. 




SWEDES IRON TRIMMERS' TACKS 
Blued 

Weight, ounces iy 2 2 2y 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24. 

Per pound $2.56 $2.01 $1.76 $1.61 $1.46 $1.36 $1.26 $1.21 $1.16 $1.16 $1.16 $1.16 $1.16 $1.16 $1.16 

Per doz. papers (full weight).. 3.10 3.30 3.50 4.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 16.50 18.00 19.50 

All weights carried in 1 lb. papers and in packages of one dozen papers, also, weights from 2y 2 to 16 oz. in 5-lb. boxes. 



5-16 



2% 
6-16 



3 
7-16 



1 1 1 



4 
8-16 



Tf 



6 
9-16 



8oz. 
10-16 in. 




S 
10-16 



12 oz. 
12-16 in. 



Weight, ozs. 
Length, ins. 
Per lb. 



2 
ft 



2y 2 
% 



$3.76 $3.16 



GIMP TACKS 
Japanned 

3 4 

ft % 
.76 $2.36 $2 



8 
% 



10 



12 



Weight, ozs. 2 
Length, ins. -ft 



LACE TACKS 
Blued 

2% 3 4 6 

% ft % 



10 



12 



16 $2.11 $2.06 $2.01 Per lb $2.71 $2.36 $2.11 $1.76 $1.61 $1.51 $1.46 $1.41 



Doz. Papers. 3.60 3.85 4.10 4.60 5.60 6.95 8.35 9.85 Doz. Papers. 2.35 2.50 2.85 3.25 3.85 4.75 5.60 6.45 



1 lb. per Paper and 12 Papers per Package. 

Tinned 

Weight, ounces 2% 3 4 6 8 

Length, inches % & % & % 

Per doz. Papers $3.85 $4.10 $4.60 $5.60 $6.95 

12 Papers per Package. 



1 lb. per Paper and 12 Papers per Package 
Japanned 

Weight, ozs. 2 2y 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 

Lengthens. & % A Va ft % II % 

Per lb $3.76 $3.16 $2.76 $2.36 $2.16 $2.11 $2.06 $2.01 

Doz. Papers. 3.60 3.85 4.10 4.60 5.60 6.95 8.35 9.85 
1 lb. per Paper and 12 Papers per Package. 



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CLOTH COVERED TACKS 

Per Gross 

14 Line, Green, Blue or Brown $0.50 

14 Line, Drab or Maroon 70 

14 Line, Whipcord GO 

Carried in 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 ounce. 



LEATHER COVERED TACKS 

Per GrosB 

14 Line, No. 77 Green or No. 73 Blue $0.60 

14 Line, No. 75 Med. or No. 78 Light Maroon .60 

14 Line, No. 66 Tan 75 

Carried in 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 ounce. 




%-inch 15 line. 



One Gross per Paper. 



One Gross per Paper. 



MILONITE TACKS 



No. 77— Green, %-ineh, 15 line p er J000 

No. 77 — Green, %-inch, 18 line 

No. 78 — Maroon, %-ineh, 15 line 

No. 79— Eusset, %-ineh, 15 line 

A Spanish— Dark Red and Black, %-inch, 18 line 

B Spanish — Brown and Black, %-inch, 18 line 

C Spanish— Light Green and Tan, %-inch, 18 line : 

E Spanish— Dark Green and Tan, %-inch, 18 line 

H Spanish— Dark Tan and Black, %-inch, 18 line 

The -'Spanish" Tacks match the corresponding numbers of Imitation Spanish Leathers, 

1000 per Box. 



T 



$2.00 
2.50 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 
2.50 



T 



%-inch, 18 line. 



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22 JL J**. 



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MILONITE TUFTING BUTTONS 



Line 22 

Bright Black Per great gross, $1 .73 

No. 77 Green " " 2.00 

One Great Gross per Box. 



24 

$2.00 
2.3(1 




CLOTH COVERED TUFTING BUTTON 

Line 22 24 

Green, Bine, Brown Per gro., $0.50 $0.60 

Drab or Maroon " .70 .80 

Whipcord " .60 .70 

One Gross per Box. 



28 
SO. 70 
.90 

.80 




CLOTH COVERED CLINCH BUTTON 

22 Line, Green, Blue or Brown Per gro., $0.60 

22 Line, Drab or Maroon " . 7.1 

22 Line, Whipcord " .65 

l 1 4 Inches Long. 
One Gross per Box, Washers Included. 




JAPANNED OR MILONITE CLINCH 

Length, inches % 

Bright Black, 22 line Per gro., $0.40 

No. 77— Green. 22 line " .50 

No. 73— Blue, 22 line " .50 

No. 78— Mar i. 22 line... " .50 

No. 79 — Russet, 22 line.... " ,50 



1 


IVi 


$0.45 




.53 


,60 




.60 




.1!" 




.60 



One Gross per Box, Washers Included. 



m. 



WORSTED BUTTON TUFT 

No. 41— Button Tufts Per gro., J 

Carried in Plain Green. Blue, Drab, or Maroon, also Green 
with Red Center. 

One Gross per Box. 



Line 22 24 27 

Bright Black Per great gran, $1 .90 $2.1.'. | 

Fancy Colors 

Fancy Color! are No. 77 Gn nine-. No. 7". Medium 

Mar... .n. No. 7-. Ugh I Maroon, and No. T'.l Bo 
One Gross per Box, Twelve Gross per Package. 



^ 



LEATHER COVERED 

Line 

No. 77 Green or No. 73 Blue 
No. 75 Med. or No.78 Lt. Maroon 
No. 66 Tan 



TUFTDXG BUTTON 

22 24 28 

Por gro., $0.60 $0.70 *0.8O 

.60 .711 .80 

. 7.-. . S.-, 



One Gross per Box. 




LEATHER COVERED CLINCH BUTTON 

22 Line, No. 77 Green or No. 7:i Blue Per gro., $0.70 

22 Line, No. 7.5 Med. or No. 7S Lt. Maroon.. " .70 

22 Line, No. 66 Tan " 

1 and l' s Inches Long. 
One Gross per Box, Washers Included. 




WASHERS 
For Clinch Buttons 



Flat, Paper 
Swaged, Tin 



. I'.r £''"■. 



.1.-. 



One Gross per Box. 




FRENCH HAND MADE TUFT 

No. 410— French Hand Made Tufts Per gro., *:!.7.~> 

Carried in Plain Green, nine. Drab and Maroon. 
One Gross per Box. 



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RIVETS AND GROMMETS 

% S A ?j % 1-inch. 







COPPER RIVETS AND BURRS 

No. S— %, %, %, %, %, 1, 1%, 1%, 1% inehes Per lb., $0.75 

No. 10—%, %, %, %, %, 1 inches " 81 

No. 12—%, %, %, % inches << . 8r 

One Pound per Paper. 



¥f| 





TUBULAR RIVETS 
No. 1 — Japanned 

Length, inches. . . 3-16 4-16 6-16 

Per 1000 $1.90 $1.90 $2.10 

1000 per Box. 



8-16 

$2.50 



10-16 
$2.90 




PONY RIVETING MACHINE 
For Tubular Rivets 

Eacl l $1.50 

One per Box. 




| ft) 




No. 241 No. 242 

BRASS GROMMETS 

Nos 1 2 3 4 

Size, inches & y i % ^ y„ 

Per Gross — 

No. 241— Plain Washer $0.60 $0.75 $1.00 $1.50 $2.50 

No. 242 — Toothed Washer... .75 .90 1.20 1.80 3.00 
One Gross per Box. 




GROMMET INSERTING DIE 

No. 0— ft-inch, Style A Per doz., 

No. 1— %-inch, Style A " 

No. 2— %-inch, Style A " 

No. 3— -ft-inch, Style A " 

No. 4— %-inch, Style A " 

One per Box. 



$36.00 
39.00 
42.00 
45.00 
48.00 









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THREAD 








<y~w 



ONT 



&CO"^ 



Barbour's 

LINEN MACHINE THREAD 



3-Cord, 2-Ounce . Spools 

Barbour's Dark Blue, W. Brown, Orange or Bed. 
No. 18 P,. r id., $2.10 



Marshall's Clark's 

LINEN HAND THREAD 
Cable Twist (6-Cord, 4-Ounce Balls) 



No. 20. 
No. 25. 
No. 30. 
No. 35. 
No. 40. 
No. 50. 
No. 60. 
No. 70. 
No. 80. 



1 lb. per Box, 6 lbs. per Package. 



2.18 
2.33 
2.63 

2.93 
3.30 
3.83 
4.35 
4.73 
5.10 



3-Cord, 8-Ounce Balls 

(Cushion Thread) 

No. 16 — Dark Blue (Marshall's) Per lb., $1.43 

V 2 lb. per Ball, 3 lbs. per Package. 



LINEN MACHINE OR HAND THREAD 

Lockstitch, 1-lb. Tubes 

3 to 10 Cord, Half Bleached (Barbour's) Per lb., $1.65 

3 to 10 Cord, Dark Blue (Barbour's) " 1.73 

1 lb. per Tube, 6 lbs. per Package. 




No. 432— Dark Blue (Barboura) |'<. r lb., $2.85 

No. 532— Dark Blue (Barbour's) •< ' 3 _ 30 

No. 632— Dark Blue (Barbour '») ■ < 3.75 

2 lbs. per Box, 6 lbs. per Package. 

Harness (1-Ounce Balls) 

10 — Dark Blue (Barbour's) Per lb. $1.73 

3 — Dark Blue (Barbour's) " 195 

12 — Dark Blue (Barbour's) " 2.25 

1 lb. per Box, 4 lbs. per Package. 

Shoe (2-Ounce Balls) 

10 — Half Bleached (Barbour's) I'rr lb., $1.58 

3 — Half Bleached (Barbour's) •• 1.73 

12— Half Bleached (Barbour's) " 2.10 

10 — Half Bleached, Reliance (Marshall's). " 1.02 

10 — Half Bleached, Devonshire (Finlaysou's) " 1.28 
1 lb. per Box, 4 lbs. per Package. 

COTTON MACHINE THREAD 
Carriage, 500-yard Spools 

No. A Coarse —Black or White (Clark's O.N.T.)Per lb., $2.00 

No. B Medium — Black or White (Clark 'sO.N.T.) . " 2.00 

No. C Fine —Black or White (Clark 's O.N.T.) . " 2.00 

One Dozen Spools per Box. 



No. 
No. 
No. 



No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 
No. 




CORTICELLI SPOOL SILK 



Per Spool. Per lb. 

Black, 1-ouuce spools $0.80 $9 . 00 

Colors, 1-ounce spools 90 10.00 

Carried in Black. White, and Orange. 
Stock Sizes — A, B, C, D, E, EE, F, FF, Fine to Coarse in 
order named. 

12 Spools per 1-lb. Box. 



Per Doz. 

$1.50 
1.75 



Per Spool. 

Black, 100-yard spools $0.15 

Colors, 100-yard spools IS 

Carried in Green, Blue, Drab and Maroon, to match Curtain 
Silk and in Size A, this being the best adapted to general 
work. 

1 Dozen Spools per Box. 



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TWINE, CORD AND WAX 





TUFTING TWINE 

No. 15 —Elm Flax Per lb., $0. 75 

No. 252— Mattress " .65 

No. 18 — B. C. Wrapping " .40 

In one-half lb. Balls, six balls per Package. 



SPRING TWINE 

No. 4y 2 — Regular, %-lb. balls 

No. 6 —Heavy, 1-lb. balls 

250 lbs, per Bale. 



.Per lb., $0.25 
.25 





JUTE SEAMING COED 



PAPER SEAMING CORD 



Jute Cord, 10-ply Per lb., $0.25 Paper Cord Per lb., $0.20 

In Balls, 2 1 /, to 3 lbs. In 5-lb tubes, and in reels of 55 to 70 lbs. 




BEESWAX 
California, Strictly Pure 

Full Cakes, (17 to 20 lbs.) Per lb., $0.75 

Less than full Cakes < < _ 55 




SHOEMAKERS' WAX 
African 

Pure African, Black Per doz., $0.25 

Weight approximately 1-lb. per dozen. 






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CUSHION SPRINGS AND WOODS 









Cusliion 



Back 



Pivot 



CUSHION AND BACK SPRINGS 

Cushion, No. 10% Wire, Doubli Knot, Japd Per 

Back, \... 14 Wire, Double Knot, Japd 

Pivot, No. 14 Wire, l 

Cusliion Springs, one-half gross per bundle. 

Back and Pivot Springs, one gross per bundle. 




TWENTIETH CENTURY SPRING STRIPS 

No. I 
No. 2 
No. 3 
No. 4 
No. G 

Measure from center to center of nail holes. 





STAR SPRING FRAME 

12 to 15 inches wide by 18 to 23 inches long Each, $3.00 

12 to 15 inches wide by 24 to 29 inches long ' -4.00 

12 to 15 inches wide by 30 to 35 inches long ' 5.00 

12 to 15 inches wide by 3(i to 4] inches long ' 6-00 

12 to 15 inches wide by 42 to 47 inches long ' 7.00 

For Frames 16 to 19 inches wide add 33>/ 3 per cent. 




CHAMPION SPRING FRAME 

Size. 




Cross Wire 



Brace Wire 




Illustrating Frame Complete Cross Section of Frame 

STAPLES AND HANFORD MATERIALS ^^ 

Brace Wires, 60 and 72-inch strips ■••"'■ — ""■ •"' ^ '«"£'£« »g ' 

Oroas Wires, 12, 12%, 13, 13%, 14, 14%, lJ, W%, IB, io%, J 1VrJ 

Cushion Springs, No. 10% wire, 3% inches high 



■ 



f 



Beveled, for Back and Ends of ?™™ vsm0N W00DS 







Plain, for Front of Frame 



Beveled, for Back and Ends 
133 



Pine, Surfaced Four Sides 

ofFrM lineal ft. $5.00 Plain, f-: 



Frame Per 100 lineal ft. $3.50 



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STIFFENING MATERIALS 





SINGLE BUCKRAM DOUBLE BUCKRAM 

No. 20 — 20-oz, 40-inch, Leather Finish Per yard, $0.20 No. 2020 — Heavy, 40-inch, Leather Finish Per yard $0.35 

No. 24 — 24-07.., 40-inch, Leather Finish " .24 30 yards per Boll. 

30 yards per Boll. 

SCRIMS BURLAP 

Dundee Linen, 29 inches wide Per yard, $0 . 15 Fine Quality, 40 inches wide Per yard $0 15 

25 yards per Bolt. 100 yards per Bolt , 






STRAWBOARD 

No. 20— 26x3S inches p er Bdle., $2.50 

20 sheets per Bundle of 50 Its. 
The size 26 x 38 inches cuts without waste, making two 
backs, each 13 inches high. 





STAR STAY WEBBING 

Hemp, 1%-inch wide Per piecej $0 75 

17 to 18 yards per piece. 



BACK STAY PAPER 

6 inches wide p er n, f $ .15 

6y 2 inches wide • • jg 

In Bolls of about 75 lbs. 

JEWELL STAY WEBBING 

Hemp, 3 inches wide p er piece, $2.50 

72 yards per piece. 

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FILLING MATERIALS 





EXCELSIOR 



Fine Quality 
Fine Quality. 



Per 100 lbs.. 

Per ton. .in. (in 

About 110 lbs. per bale. 



MOSS 

XX -Double '■ 

XXX 

XXXX Double Ginned, Black .. 

About ISO lbs. per bale. 





CURLED HAIR 

Per lb. p< 

Ko.l— White Drawings. *0. 80 No. 1- Di'»..* 

No. a-White Drawings. .75 No.2— Sil. Gray Dr's-. 
Hp.'l— Black Drawings. .70 No. 2X 
No.2-Black Dra ii 65 No. lX-Gray Drai 

No. 1— Mixed Drawings Pel 

No. 2— Mix 

50 lbs. per sack. 







WADDING 








Yards. 


Rolls Weight 






:1b. 


Per Bale. 


Per Bale. Per Boll. 


Per Boll. 


Per Bale. 


.'•in 


No. 432 1 


I His. 








No. 532—1 1 1 






i 1.00 




No. 632- 


Ill 






. 15 




12 yards per Boll. 







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DRESSINGS, GLUE, ETC. 





EAST BUFFALO TOP DRESSING 



WEST'S ENAMEL TOP DRESSING 



Each. 

Half Pints $0.30 

Pints 55 

Quarts f 1.05 

Half Gallons 1.90 

Gallons 3.50 



Per Case. (1 doz.) 

$3.00 
5.40 
10.20 
18.60 
35.00 



Each. 

No. 1 — Splits $0.35 

No. 2 — Half Pints 45 

No. 3 — Pints 80 

No. 4— Quarts 1 . 15 

No. 5— Half Gallons 2.15 



Per Case. (1 doz.) 

$3.60 

4.20 

8.00 

11.50 

21.60 



For use on Tops, Da9hes and all leather parts. 



FBANK MILLER'S 

HAJUTESS tRKSIHO 





HARNESS DRESSING 



Each. 

Pints $0.40 

Quarts 75 

Half Gallons 1.35 
Gallons . ... 2.15 



Per Case. (1 doz.) 

$4.15 

7.50 

13.50 

21.60 



EDGE INK 



Quarts Each, $0.20 

Quarts Per Case (1 doz.) 2.00 

Five Gallon Kegs Each, 2.50 

Ten Gallon Kegs " 4.50 



HARNESS OIL 



Each. 
No. 1— Pints. .$0.30 
No. 2 — Quarts .45 



Per Case. (1 doz.) 
$3.00 
4.50 




LIQUID GLUE 
Le Page's 

Each. Per Doz. 

Half Pints $0.35 $3.25 

Pints 55 5.40 

Quarts 95 9.50 

Half Gallons ... 1.85 18.50 

Gallons 3.60 36.00 

DRY GLUE 
Santa Cruz 

Per lb. 
Bulk $0.40 



TRIMMERS' PASTE 
Day's Diamond Flour 

Per lb. 
Half Barrels (125 lbs.) . ..$0.15 

Less Quantities 17% 

On account of being dry, there 
is no danger of becoming spoiled 
or mouldy. 

PREPARED PASTE 

Palo Alto 

Each. 

Kegs (about 65 lbs) $2 . 00 

Kegs (about 125 lbs.) 3.50 

Kegs (about 225 lbs.) 5.00 







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' ES 







No. 50 

No. 50 — Barrel Roller Buckle, Japanned. 

Size, ins % 3 /« 7 /s 1 1% 1'. ] 

IVr gro.. 

(Iro. in box 1 1 1 '.■ '-■ %* ' > 




No. 72 

No. 72 — "English" Wire Harness Buckle. Japanned. 

Size, ins. Vj 5 /s % % * 1 ^« ^ 

Per gro.. .$1.10 $1.40 $1.80 $2.30 $2.90 $3.60 $4.40 $6.00 

Gro. in box 1 1 1 % % % $ % 




No. 12 

No. 12— Wire Bent Heel Harness Buckle. 
Size, inches Va % % % 



IV, lVs 



Per gro XC Plate.. $1.30 $1.60 $2.00 $8.60 

Per gro., Nickeled.. 1.65 2.19 3.00 1.13 5.25 8.85 



Gro. in box 1 



Vi w 




No. 19 
No 19-Imitation Stitched Harness Buckle, Oroide Tongue. 

Size, inches Vi % * 

Per gro., Imit. Rubber... $1.35 $1.80 $2.10 $2L70 $3.12 

Gro. iu box 1 ! 1 . H « 




No. 150 

No. 150— Loop Boiler Harness Buckle, Japanned. 
Size, inches 
Per gro 

in box 11 \ 




No. 82 

No. 82— "Sensible" Harness Buckle, Plain. 

Size, inches '« "'« ' 

fopai i *t.»0 $8.50 18 U 

Per gro., Brass Electro Plated .8.40 8.88 I'M 

is box ! '■-■ '- '' 




No. 70 

No 70— "French" Wire Boiler Buckle, Solid Brass. 

Size, inches % 7 /s 1 

Per „ $7.02 $9.48 $11 






No. 40 

No. 10— Skate or Shoe Roller Buckle. 

Size, inches 

gro., Japanned *l .-> 

Per gro., Brass Electro Plated 

Gross in box 



$1.75 
3.30 4.80 



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RINGS, SNAPS AND LOOPS 




No. 17 





No. 13 



No. 12 



No. 17 — Malleable Harness Eing, Japanned. 

Opening, inches % % Vs 1 1 Vi 

Per gross $1.08 $1.16 $1.36 $1.72 $2.28 

Gro. in box 1 1 1 1 % 



No. 12 — Solid Brass Harness Eing, Polished. 

Opening, inches 3^ y t ^ 

Wire Gauge No 6 5 5 

Per groBS $4.17 $5.04 $6.21 

Gross in box i i i 



No. 13 — Malleable Breeching Eing, Japanned. 

Opening, inches iy 2 2 

Per gross $3.60 $5.40 

Gross in box % % 




No. 1914 

No. 1914 — Baby Loop Eye Snap, XC Plate. 

For Strap, inches i/ 2 % 

Per gross : $2.70 $2.70 

Gross in box 1 1 




No. 70 

No. 70— Polo Loop Eye Snap, XC Plate. 

% For Strap, inches % % Ve 

$3.00 Per gross $5.04 $5.04 $5.04 

1 Gross in box % % % 





No. 1284 No , 642 

No. 1284— Snap Loop, Polished Brass. No. 642— Safety Loop. 

Size Eye. inside measurement, inches % For Strap, inches 1 ii/ 4 

Length, over all, inches 2% Per dozen, Japanned 7.7." 77777 40.40 $0.50 

er ''" zen $4.00 Per dozen, Brass Electro Plated 60 .75 

No. 6400— Malleable Check Loops. 

For Strap, inches 1 iy 8 iy 4 x y 4 13 / 4 

Per doz., Japanned $0.15 $0.15 $0.20 $0.25 $0.30 

No. 6400— 1 inch Per doz., Brass Electro. . .60 70 .80 .... No. 6400— ll/ 2 i»ch 







TRIMMERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES 



TRIMMERS' HAND TOOLS 



TRIMMERS' MACHINES 



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GENERAL INFORMATION 
Subdivision of "Trimmers' Tools and Machines' 



PAD AWLS are used for the purpose of holding the 
material, on which work is being performed, in place on the 
bench. 

AWL BLADES are used in AWL HAFTS; a PATENT 
AWL HAPT for more securely locking the awl blade in the 
haft being sometimes used. 

HARNESS AWLS are of triangular cross section, and 
are used for the purpose of perforating for access of the 
needle. 

STITCHING AWL BLADES are used for making needle 
holes in medium weight material. 

CLAW TOOLS are used for the purpose of withdrawing 
nails and tacks. 

TICKLERS are used for pressing down the edges of 
strips of leather in making a welt or binding where a fullness 
is desired, and may also be used as a creaser. 

CEEASEES are used for the purpose of finishing or 
creasing the edges of leather. 

EDGE TOOLS are used for the purpose of leveling down 
and smoothing up edges of leather, and also for the purpose 
of making grooves in leather. 

PATENT LEATHER TOOLS.— Used the same as edge 
tools. Used particularly on patent leather. 

PRICKING WHEELS are used for the purpose of run- 
ning stitch mark lines. 

SQUARE POINT KNIVES are used in cutting leather on 
the bench. 

CAP KNIVES are used where it is necessary for the 
point of the knife to project through the leather. 

ROUND KNIVES and HEAD KNIVES are used where 
greater facility in, cutting is desired, being available for a 
variety of purposes, such as cutting irregular lines, and 
thinning and beveling for splices. Where short cuts are to be 
made, same can be accomplished by imparting a rolling 
motion to the knife. 

DRAW GAUGES are used where strips of leather with 
parallel edges are to be cut. 

STRAP SHAVES are used for finishing ' edges and thin- 
ning strips of leather. 

WASHER CUTTERS are used in making rubber, fibre or 
leather washers, being equipped with and without marking 



REVOLVING and ROUND PUNCHES are used for the 
purpose of cutting round holes in leather for various pur- 
poses among which are: for buckle straps, for insertion of 
grommets, curtain fastener eyelets, etc. 

PRICK PUNCHES are used for the purpose of making a 
starting hole for screws, carriage knobs, curtaiD fasteners, 
etc. 

The BAG PUNCH makes a long parallel sided hole for the 
insertion of buckles, etc. 

The TRACE PUNCH makes a long hole broader at one 
end than at the other. Usually used for punching holes in 
traces for the reception of whifnetree tips, hooks or sword 
end singletrees. 

SLICKERS are used for the purpose of smoothing down 
work when pasting has been done. 



COMPASSES are used for the purpose of running parallel 
lines on leather as a guide for stitching or cutting, as well 
as for marking out curved lines. 

SADDLERS PLYERS are used for the purpose of draw- 
ing or stretching leather when pulling into place in various 
classes of work. 

SADDLER'S PINCERS perform the same work as 
Saddler's Plyers, being so shaped as to enable leverage to 
be exerted. 

HARNESS NEEDLES are used for stiching heavy 
leather, dashes, strap work, etc., having a blunt or dull point. 

GLOVERS' NEEDLES are used in hand sewing and light 
fabric work, being sharp pointed and three-cornered. 

COLLAR NEEDLES are used principally in harness work 
in manufacturing horse collars, etc., as the name indicates. 

TUFTING NEEDLES are used" for the purpose of fasten- 
ing tufting buttons or tufts to cushions, backs and other 
upholstery, the double-pointed needle being used for the 
purpose of avoiding reversing the needle in returning. 

The PATENT BUTTON NEEDLE is used in repair work 
in fastening tufting buttons on seat backs and other uphol- 
stery, where it is desired to avoid removing the upholstery 
covering, for the purpose of drawing the tufting twine 
through. It is so arranged that a short piece of looped wire, 
(Pat. Fastener), to which the tufting twine is attached, may 
be inserted in the eye of the needle, and driven into the up- 
holstery drawing the tufting twine with it. Upon withdraw- 
ing the needle, this wire loop remains in the upholstery, 
holding in place the tufting twine, to the other or outside 
end of which the tufting button is fastened, and then drawn 
into place. 

MALLEABLE SCREW CLAMPS and TRIMMERS' 
CLIPS are used for various clamping purposes where it is 
necessary to hold leather and other materials in place while 
fastening, shaping, etc. 

CREASING MACHINES perform the work of creasing 
where considerable quantities of creasing work is to be done. 

SPLITTING MACHINES are for the purpose of thinning 
or splitting leather horizontally. 

BUTTON MACHINES are used in making up special 
buttons or tacks to match up any color cloth, etc. A "line" 
equals 1-40-inch. 

RIVETING MACHINES are used for riveting leather 
or other material with Tubular Rivets. 

ROUNDERS are used for the purpose of shaping leather 
straps, the opposite edges of which have been stitched 
together, thus forming a circular or round strap. 

STITCHING HORSES combine the features of a clamp 
or vise for the purpose of holding leather while performing 
hand stitching, and a seat for the operator. 

Trimmers ' SEWING MACHINES are obtainable in three 
general types, a light machine for light and ordinary work 
and for use in small shops, a heavier or ' '. improved ' ' ma- 
chine for use in connection with heavier work or as an aux- 
iliary to the lighter machine in larger shops, and the 
"Dash" Sewing Machine, on which the machine foot rises 
higher for the admission of thick and heavy work, and is 
otherwise adapted to sew Dashes, Fenders and the like. 

HAIR PICKERS are used for picking hair and moss into 
fine particles so that same can be easily used as filling 
material. They are adjustable for the purpose of picking 
fine and coarse filling material as desired. 



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TRIMMERS' AWLS 







No. 1 PAD AWL 

No. 1 — Pud Awl. Octagon Ebony Hati.il.- l'.-r doi . *rt.00 




No. 3 PAD AWL 

No. 3 — Pad Awl. Rosewood Handle, Shouldered :in<l 
Riveted Per do/ 




No. 2 PAD AWL 




Wo. 9 PAD AWL 
No. 9- "Extra" Pad Awl. i 




SADDLERS' HARNESS AWL BLADES 

No. 43, length 1% inches Per gfo., 

No. 44, length 2 inches 

No. 45, length 2% inches 

No. 46, length .2% inches 

No. 47, length 2% inches 

No. 48, length 2% inches 

No. 49, length 2% inches 

No. 50, length 3 inches 

No. 51, length 3% inches 

No. 52, length 3\i inches 

One Gross per Package. 



&2.7S 
2.75 

2.7.", 
2 . 75 
2.75 
2.75 
3.00 
3.10 
S . 25 




No. 140i/ 2 AWL HAFT 
No. l*>y„— Flat Awl Haft, Im. Ebony Per gro., 



SADDLERS' STITCHING AWL BLADES 

No. 53, length !•', inches P«« 

No. 54, length 2 inches 

No. 55, length 2% inches 

No. 56, length 2 V, inches 

No. 57. length 2% inches 

No. 58, length 2% inches 

No. 59, length 3 Inches 

One Oross per Package. 



$2 . 7.-| 

a . 75 

2 . 7.". 
8.10 




No. 141' 



No. 141% AWL HAFT 
-Oval Awl HaJ ,Vr P° 




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MISCELLANEOUS HANDLED TOOLS 





PATENT AWL HAFT 

No. 146— Patent Awl Haft Per doz., $5.00 

Rosewood Handle. 



No. 122 CLAW TOOL 

No. 122— Claw Tool, Best Steel Per doz., $4.50 

No. 123— Claw Tool, Ext. Hvy. Evtd. Handle *' 8.00 

Rosewood Handle. 




No. 124 CLAW TOOL 

No. 124— Claw Tool, Octagon, Eiveted Per doz., $6.00 

Rosewood Handle. 




SINGLE EDGE CREASER 

Per doz. 
No. 21 —Single Edge Creaser, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.. $4. 75 
No. 2iy 2 — Double Edge Creaser, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. . 4.75 
Rosewood Handle. 



SINGLE TICKLER 

No. 12— Single Tickler, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4... Per doz., $2.88 
No. 13 — Single Tickler, Octagon, Heavy, Nos. 

0,1, 2,- 3 and 4 " 7.00 

Rosewood Handle. 




IRON END CREASER 

No. 23 — Iron End Creaser, to crease 4 sizes. . 
Rosewood Handle. 



Per doz. 
..$10.00 





No. 20S— WOOD CREASER 

No. 20S — Wood Creaser, Single, Lignumvitae.Per doz., $3.00 
No. 20D — "Wood Creaser, Double, Lignumvitae " 4.00 



COMMON EDGE TOOL 

No. 125— Common Edge Tool, Asstd Sizes Per doz., $2.00 

Rosewood Handle. 




BEST EDGE TOOL 

No. 126— Best Edge Tool, Asstd Sizes Per doz., $6.00 

Rosewood Handle. 




ENGLISH EDGE TOOL 

No. 129— English Edge Tool, Asstd Sizes Per doz., $6.00 

Rosewood Handle. 



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FRENCH EDGE TOOL PATENT LEATHER TOOL 

No. 130— French Edge Tool, 1 32 >•' I - inch.. Pel No. 

Bosewood Handle. Rosewood Handle. 





STATIONARY PRICKING WHEEL PRICKING CARRIAGE 

No. 35 Stationary Pricking Wheel Per d( No. 36— B..x Handle Pricking Carriage Per do*., $13.00 

Rosewood Handle. Rosewood Handle. 




STATIONARY FINISHING WHEEL 



No. 40— Stationary Finishing Wheel, (Ovcrstiteh) 



Octagon Carriage 



Per aiz., $12,00 



Rosewood Handle. 







SMALL PRICKING WHEEL 

No. 37— Small Pricking Wheel, to lit N... 86 Box 

Carriage ,Vr ,, " z > * 3 - 50 



OiHBi 




No. 609-PERFECT HANDLE SCREW DRIVER No. 66-RATCHET SCREW DRIVER 



Length, ins. 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 

Per dozen.... $4. 25 $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 $10.00 *1 



Length, ins. 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 

p er flozen $5. no *(t.00 $6.50 $7.25 $8.00 $9.00 $10.00 



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TRIMMERS' HAMMERS 




No. 58— FRENCH TRIMMERS' HAMMER 

No. 58 — French Trimmers Hammer, oval rosewood 

handle Per doz., $28.00 

Weight each, 1 lb., including handle. 



No. 58i/ 2 — FRENCH TRIMMERS' HAMMER 

No. 58y 2 — Light French Trimmers Hammer, oval rose- 
wood handle Per doz., $28.00 

Weight each, % lb., including handle. 




TRIMMERS' HAMMER 

Per doz. 

No. 59 — Trimmers Hammer, white hickory handle $18.00 

Extra Claws 7.20 

Weight each, % lb., including handle. 



UPHOLSTERERS' HAMMER 

Per Doz. 
No. 60 — Upholsterers Hammer, white hickory handle . . $13 . 00 
Weight each, % lb., including handle. 




RIVETING HAMMER 

No. 57 — Riveting Hammer, polished steel, white hickory hdle. 
Size 2 (weight, without hdle., 9 ozs. each) . .Per doz., $7.00 
Size 3 (weight, without hdle., 12 ozs. each).. " 7.50 
Size 5 (weight, without hdle., IS ozs. each) . . " 8.00 




FIBRE HEAD MALLET 

No. 20 — Diameter 2 inches, weight 1% lbs.. Per doz., $ 9.00 

No. 25 — Diameter 2% inches, weight 1% lbs. " 10.50 

No. 30 — Diameter 3 inches, weight 2% lbs.. " 12.00 

Vulcanized Fibre Head, Malleable Bands, 

Handle Screwed In. 






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TRIMMERS' KNIVES 



No. 76— SQUARE POINT KNIFE 

p. i 
No. 76 — Square Point Knife, round r..^. »\ ...i.l handle. • 
No. 76 — Square 



No. 77— SQUARE POINT KNIFE 
No. 



No. 79— CAP KNIFE 
No. 79 — Cap Knife, round rosewood handle. . 



No. 80— CAP KNIFE 
Pet D 

No. 80- < 





\ 



ROUND KNIFE 

No. 70 — Round Knife, ■■"' handle, '■>" ; 

No. 70— Ro-ind Knife, oval rosewood handle, 6-in 
No. 70— Bound Knife, oval rosewood 



HEAD KNIFE 

I'.! 

No 71— Ii&ree Head Knife, round rosewood hand 

' , • . 

4 ' J in<-li 

No. 71— Large Head Knife, oval roa 
4% inch 



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TRIMMERS' KNIVES 




No. 75— HEAD KNIFE 

No. 75— Philadelphia Pattern Head Knife, length 4% 

. inches Per doz., $10.00 

Oval Rosewood Handle. 




No. 51— DRAW GAUGE 

No. 51 — Brass Draw Gauge, improved Per doz., $28.00' 

No. 51G — Brass Draw Gauge, impd, with guard " 38.00- 

Rosewood Handle. 




No. 5iy 2 — DRAW GAUGE 

Per Doz. 
No. 51% — Pat. Draw Gauge, improved, 4-inch slide. .$16.00 
No. 51 Vi — Pat. Draw Gauge, improved, 6-ineh slide.. 20.50 
Hollow Handle, Black Iron. 




No. 05iy 2 — DRAW GAUGE 

Per Doz. 
No. 05iy 2 — Patent Hollow Handle Draw Gauge, usual. $14. 00 

Extra Blades for all Draw Gauges 1.25- 

Black Iron Handle. 




STEARNS' STRAP SHAVE 

No. 4— Stearns Strap Shave, 2%-inch cutter Each, $0.35 

Iron Handle. 




CINCINNATI STRAP SHAVE 

N °- 7— Cincinnati Strap Shave 2%-in. solid knife. Each, $1.00 
Iron Handle. 






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CUTTERS AND PUNCHES 





DOUBLE WASHER CUTTER COMMON WASHER CUTTER 

No. ^Double Washer Cutter Per do£ *23 No. 3*-Coimnon Waan\Catter ... 

Extra Blades " -•■"' 

BENT TRIMMERS' SHEARS REVOLVING PUNCH 

!•,.,- |i ( , No. 166 — Bovolving Punch, side spring, I tub 

No lei-Bent Trimmers 1 , Shears, I h *" No. ISB^BJvolving Punch, side spring, 6 tube, ste 

No! 164-P.c, Trimmers Shears, ttftaeh! 

No. 147— ROUND PUNCH 

■ ■ - ~\ \\ fl[ 

w n« PRICK PUNCH N °- 148 R0UND PUNCH 

No. 418-PRICK ru«o ^ 148 _ |(uuml j,,,,,,.,,, 

No. 147-Kn»,.,l Punch, No*. I to , rerc , No . 148- I " l ' 2S 

No. 147— Knun.l Punch. X..s. i to LO ~ -^ 

No. 418 — Prick Punch 





BAG PUNCH 



No. 161-B»g Punch, K to 1 -inch hole. . .P,r do,., ♦11.00 
No. 151-Bag Pu.-h. 1% to 1%-meh hole. .. 



TRACE PUNCH 

No. 152— Tiaoe Punch, % to 1% inch hole. .Per doz,, $15.00 



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GLASS SLICKER 



LIGNUMVITAE SLICKER 



No. 167 — Olass Slicker, rosewood handle Per doz., $9.50 No. 168 — Lignumvitae Slicker Per doz., $6.25 

Length 5 Inches. Length 5% -inches. 




No. 26— SADDLERS' STEEL COMPASS 

No. 26 — Saddlers' Steel Compass, 6-ineh Per doz., $8.00 

No. 26— Saddlers' Steel Compass, 8-inch " 9.00 



No. 27— SADDLERS' COMPASS 

No. 27 — Saddlers' Steel Compass, 6-inch, with wing 

and set screw Per doz., $13.00 




No. 29— PATENT LEATHER COMPASS 

Per Doz. 

No. 29 — Patent Leather Compass, 5%-inch $12.00 



No.30i/ 2 — PATENT LEATHER COMPASS 

Per Doz. 
No. 30y 2 — Pat. Lea. Compass, 6-in., 4 points with each $24.00 
Extra Points and Scratchers 1.25 




SADDLERS' PLYERS SADDLERS' PINCERS 

No. 98— Saddlers Steel Plycrs, 6-inch Per doz., $7.00 No. 104— Saddlers ' Pincers, best, 8-inch Per doz., $18.00 









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1 



No. 96— CUTTING NIPPERS 




No. 96i o— SINGLE JOINT CUTTING NIPPERS 



Fcr Doz. 






No. 96— Cutting Nippers, ex. Iivy.. with sot screw, S : No . .. 




No. 120— RIVET SET 

No. 120— Rivet Set, Nos. 00 to 4 Per doz., $9.00 

No. 120— Rivet Set, Nos. 5 to 12 " 7.00 




GROMMET INSERTING DIE 



No. Stylo \ . 

No. 1—%-inch, Style A. 

No. 2 iyle A. 

No. 3— ft-ilieli. Style A. 

No. 4 







SCREW KNOB WRENCH 

Screw Knob Wrench p er doz., $3.00 

Used for putting on Carriage Knobs; avoids disfiguring. 



^^IIllliiIiiiB# 




KNOB EYELET PUNCH 

Four Prong Per i 

Six Prong " 



[i^"iF 



-TT— JJ 



TOP PROP NUT AND COLLAR WRENCH No. 117-STUFFER 

.loz., $3.00 No. 117— Stuffer. rosewood handle l'er doz., $12. Of 



No. 330 — Japanned 



Tapering Slot obviates adjustl 



Extra Cast Steel Blade, 12 inches long. 



00 



gg'ii'x'r'j."'] 



^m 



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No 160-SADDLERS RULE STEEL POCKET TAPE 

g-2 ^" M "- ta P «do,,*8. 5 

No. 160— Saddlers' Rule, brass bound, 3 feet. ' f«.OU 






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AUXILIARY TOOLS 

Hand Saws, DS, 2G-inch Per doz., 

Hack Saw Frames, Japanned, 8-inch blade . . " 

Hack Saw Blades, 8-ineh " 

Socket Firmer Chisels, assorted, %, %, %-in " 

Cold Chisels, %-ineh " 

Coach Makers' Draw Knives, 114x10 inches " 

Oil Stones, unmounted Each, 

Carborundum Knife Strops " 

Ratchet Braces, 12-inch Per doz., 

Syracuse Bits, assorted ft to % inch .....'.. . " 

Bit Stock DriUs, No. 14A Set " 

Bit Brace Taps, Dies and Holders " 

Wood Countersinks, Snail, No. 10 " 

Bit Brace Taper Reamers " 

*We list above an assortment of tools, all of which are frequently 



FOR TRIMMERS* 

Screw Driver Bits, Small, Medium and Large. Per doz., 

Bolt Clippers, No. 1 Each, 

French Universal Plyers, 7-inch Per doz., 

Coe's Wrenches, 8-ineh " 

Coe's Wrenches, 12-inch " 

Elgin Wrenches " 

Solid Forged Wrenches Per set, 

Solid Punches, 4-32-inch point Per doz., 

Flat Bastard Files, 14-inch 

Slim Taper Files, 6-ineh 

Wood Easps, 14-inch 

Adze Eye Nail Hammers 

Try Squares, 6-ineh 

Pocket Levels, No. 40 Each, 



or occasionally required in a well-equipped Trimming Shop. 



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TRIMMERS* NEEDLES 




HARNESS NEEDLES 
Egg Eye 

No. OOO — Harness Needles Per paper, $0.25 

No. 00 — Harness Needles " .23 

No. — Harness Needles " .21 

Nos. 1 to 6 — Harness Needles " .20 




GLOVERS' NEEDLES 
Egg Eye 

No. 000 —Glovers' Needles I'er paper, $0.35 

No. DO —Glovers' Noedlcs " .SI 

No. — Glovers' Needles " .SI 

Nos. 1 to 6— Glovers' Needles " .30 



25 per Paper. 




No. 92i/ 2 — COLLAR NEEDLE No. 92— COLLAR NEEDLE 
No. 92Vj— Collar Needle, half-moon Per doz., * No. 92— Collar Needle Per doz., $2.00 

No. 97— TUFTING NEEDLE No. 97i/ 2 — TUFTING NEEDLE 

No. 97— Tufting Needle, 6 to IS inches long. . .Per doz., $2.00 No. 97'/ 2 — Tufting Needle, 6 (0 16 Iricnes long.Per doz., $2.00 

Fastener 

PATENT BUTTON NEEDLE 

Patent Button Needle, extreme Ienj <■■* » Each, $1.50 

Fasteners foi 1>cr g roa9 « - 75 

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TRIMMERS' CLAMPS AND VISES 





MALLEABLE SCREW CLAMPS 



Size, inches 2y 2 

Per dozen $2.60 



3 

$3.00 



4 
$4.20 



6 
$6.50> 




VALANCE CLAMPING TOOL 

Nickel Plated Each, $2.50 

Used for applying Metal Valances. 







No. 229— STATIONARY BOTTOM VISE 
"Monarch" 

No. 229 — Monarch, 4% inch Jaws, opens 9 ins Each, $9.50 

Weight 48 lbs. 




TRIMMERS' CLIP 

Small Size .Per doz., $1 .26- 

Large Size , " i . 50 

For holding leather on frame while stitching. 




No. 59— STATIONARY BOTTOM VISE • 
"Bull Dog" 

No. 59 — Prentiss, 4%-inch Jaws, opens 9 ins. . . . .Each, $9.50 
Weight 48 lbs. 



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TRIMMERS' MACHINES 





CREASING MACHINE 

Bellows Creasing Machine, Wood Bottom Boll. . .Each, $28.00 
Creases %-inch to l'/ 2 inches, flat and raised. 

Extra Creasing Bolls, top and bottom, iron Per pair, $3.00 

For Shipment from Factory Only. 



SPLITTING MACHINE 

No. 171— < 'hast. Splitting KnitV, 3-in. blade Each, $10.00 

No. 171— Chase Splitting Knife, loin, blade " 12.00 

Extra Blades: 8-inch, $1 50; 10-inch, $1 70. 




DEFIANCE BUTTON MACHINE 
For Covering Buttons and Tacks 

Defiance Button Machine, with one cutting Die, 22, 24 
or 28 line with 5 gross of Loop Button Moulds to 
match Eac h > $15 

Tack Cutting Dies, 14 or 16 line 

Button Cutting Dies, 22, 24 or 2S line " 

Tack Moulds, 14 line Pergro 

Tack Moulds, 16 line 

Button Moulds (Loop) 22 line 

Button Moulds (Loop) 24 line 

Button Moulds (Loup) 28 line 

A "line'' equals 1/40 inch. 



3.50 

3.50 

.40 

.45 
.50 
.fill 
.70 




Jaws 17% indies 
high, ."> Lnchi 

is thick at the 
base. Steel Springs 
in jaws. 




ROUNDER 



No. 110 — Rounder, 11 



WOOD JAW STITCHING HORSE 
Pet doz. $60.00 No. 170B— W 1 Jaw Stitching Horse Each, $5.50 



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No. 300— MANUFACTURING MACHINE 

Foot Power, Regular Treadle Each, $100.00 

This is a lock-stitch machine having reciprocating shuttle; 

simple, strong and efficient, and especially designed for and 

extensively nsed by Carriage Trimmers and Harness Makers. 
Can be operated either by foot or mechanical power. The 

balance-wheel is 13 inches in diameter, insuring ease of 

operation and steadiness of motion. 

The bed is 24 inches long, with 16 inches of clear space 

from the needle to base of arm. 

Provided with Vibrating Presser which conforms to the 

movement and varying thickness of the material so that the 

top and bottom plies are evenly fed. 




No. 710— MANUFACTURING MACHINE 

Foot Power, Rotary Treadle Each, $150.00 

This machine is provided with large long-beak shuttle 

and powerful mechanism for the strong loek-stitching of 

heavy fabrics of all kinds; it has sixteen inches of clear 

space from needle to base of arm. 

The rotary treadle enables the operator to stop or start 

the machine without touching the balance-wheel and to run 

at high speed without great exertion. The balance-wheel 

carries pulleys for two changes of speed. 

This machine is adapted to Carriage Trimming, including 

welting and edge cording for heavy cushions. 





No. 671— DASH STITCHING MACHINE 

Hand or Machine Power Each, $500.00 

This machine is a large and heavy machine, having a 
space of fifty inches from the needle to the inside of the 
vertical portion of the arm, the needle and throat-plate being 
at a convenient height for manipulating large dashes and 
fenders, being 10% inches above the bed of the machine. 

The length of machine is 6 feet 4 inches, over all; the 
height from floor to throat-plate is 4 feet 1% inches. 

The Driving Mechanism is arranged so that the machine 
can be driven either by mechanical power or by hand, as 
desired, the foot-treadle being used to start and stop the 
stitching mechanism in either case. 



EMPIRE HAIR PICKER 

Hair and Moss Pickers Each, $50. 00 

Length 4% feet, width 18 inches, height 44 inches, 
cylinder 13x20 inches, feed trough 16x22 inches, frame timber 
2%x3% inches, teeth in cylinder 120, teeth in huckle head 21. 
Frame: Hardwood, securely bolted. Bearings: Adjustable, 
and run in Babbit Metal. Gearing housed (on opposite side 
from handle). Teeth, steel (inserted in plates). Feed 
roller is sanded, which greatly increases draft, and is 
equipped with side guards, which prevent materials winding 
around journals. 









SUBDIVISION 

OF 

SUNDRY SUPPLIES 



COACH PAINTERS' SUPPLIES, 
AXLE WASHERS, 



LUBRICANTS, 



PLATED HUB BANDS, 

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GENERAL INFORMATION 
Subdivision of "Sundry Supplies" 



VEHICLE PAINTING. — The process of vehicle painting 
involves a considerably greater amount of work than is 
popularly realized. 

The amount of work performed upon the various classes 
of vehicles depends, of course, on the grade and price of the 
vehicle, the time required for completion varying from a few 
days to several weeks. 

The following specifications of average jobs of vehicle 
painting may prove of assistance. 

SPECIFICATIONS FOE FINISHING BODY. 

First. Burn off old paint, if necessary, and sand thoroughly 
to a smooth surface. If burning off is unnecessary, work 
should be thoroughly sanded down and bare spots touched up 
with White Lead, thinned with Turpentine and small amount 
of Japan Dryer. 

On New Bodies apply one coat Priming, allowing forty- 
eight hours for drying. 

Second. Apply one coat of Pure White Lead, thinned with 
Turpentine. This coat may be omitted on new work. 

Third. Putty all holes with hard drying putty. 

Fourth. Apply one coat of Carriage Body Sealer over the 
surface with a broad knife, allowing twenty-four hours for 
drying. 

Fifth. Sand-paper to smooth surface and brush on one coat 
of Reducible Boughstuff, allowing twenty-four hours for 
drying. If an extra fine job is desired, two or more coats 
of Boughstuff can be applied, although one coat over the Body 
Sealer gives an excellent surface. 

Sixth. Apply one coat of Color 

for ground coat. 

Seventh. Apply one coat of Color. 

Eighth. Apply one coat of Color, 

mixed with one of the Rubbing Varnishes herein listed. 

Ninth. Apply transfers, striping or decoration as re- 
quired. 

Tenth. Apply one or two coats, as desired, Quick Rubbing 
Varnish (two days) if hurried job is desired, or Rubbing 
Body Varnish (three days) if sufficient time can be allowed. 
If Color Coats are of light shade, substitute Pale Rubbing for 
the Quick Rubbing or Rubbing Body. 

Eleventh. After standing required time, rub to a smooth 
surface and apply one coat of Palest Durable Body Varnish. 

This system is suited to every grade of work, from wagon 
to brogham. Nobody questions the value of it. The old- 
fashioned method of priming, filling and roughstuff made with 
Lead and Oil is not only extravagant as to the time it 
requires, but it requires more careful handling, which is 
another way of saying that the result is less sure. 

The Carriage Body Sealer and Boughstuff gives a surface 
that cannot be had with any other known method. 

The Varnish will stand out full and strong and will not fade 
or die by sinking into the under-coats, as is often the case 
under the old Lead and Oil system. 

SPECIFICATIONS FOE FINISHING GEAE. 

First. Clean thoroughly and remove all grease from axles 
and hubs with benzine. Remove all rough paint and sand- 
paper down to a smooth surface and touch up bare spots with 
White Lead, thinned with Turpentine and small amount of 
Coach Makers' Japan. 

For New Gears, the wood-work should have a light coat of 
Priming before going to the smith-shop. After the job is 
ironed, sand-paper thoroughly, being careful to remove all 
dirt and grease; then apply a second coat of Priming over 
wood and iron alike. After two or three days for drying, 
sand-paper this coat thoroughly. 

Second. Apply one coat of Pure White Lead, thinned with 
Turpentine, mixed with a little Indian Red ground in Japan 
(or other ground color suitable for shade of color to be used), 
and sand-paper down to a smooth surface. 

Third. Apply one coat of Color 

for ground coat. 



Fourth. Apply one coat of Color, 

mixed with one of the Rubbing Varnishes herein listed. 
Fifth. Apply one coat of Hard Drying Carriage Varnish. 
Note. All Varnishes should be applied just as they are 
received, without thinning or reducing, and, as nearly as 
possible, at a temperament of seventy degrees Fahrenheit. 

Where it is desired to omit the application of Coach 
Colors, "Color Undercoats" may be substituted for the usual 
transparent undercoats, but the range of colors which may 
be thus obtained is naturally greatly limited, it being neces- 
sary to resort to the use of Coach Colors where special colors 
or variety is desired. 

"Painting and finishing of automobiles differs somewhat 
from that of carriages and wagons. For example: The lines 
of automobile construction vary from forms of design 
observed in carriage making, and the strain to which the 
automobile is subjected is different from that of the horse- 
drawn vehicle."^ 

The use of steel and aluminum for motor cars, and the 
excessive vibration and increased impact of dust, compelled 
changes in the foundation coats for the colors and the var- 
nishes. The priming and roughstuff that, on wooden vehicles, 
admirably answered the purpose were not adapted to metals. 
So, special materials were prepared for the purpose and are 
now offered after the usual practical tests. 

CARRIAGE GLOSS is a prepared paint containing a 
certain amount of varnish, which gives a glossy finish. Is 
used on repair jobs and cheap work. 

WAGON PAINT is a prepared paint having no gloss and 
is used in Wagon Painting, etc. 

LAMP BLACK and WHITE LEAD are used for the pur- 
pose of mixing and modifying paints, etc. 

CHAMOIS SKINS and SPONGES are used by trimmers 
for moistening and cleansing leather, etc., and by painters 
for cleansing and polishing painted work, rubbing down, etc. 

PUMICE STONE and RUBBING. BRICK are used by 
painters in rubbing "undercoats," etc. 

SAND PAPER is used by trimmers in smoothing up 
leather and by painters in smoothing up work before paint- 
ing, etc. 

BRUSH-KEEPERS are receptacles with separate com- 
partments, provided with wire hangers, from which brushes 
may be suspended in preserving fluids. 

PAINT PRESSES provide a means whereby Coach Colors 
may be pressed out of the can, as required, and at the same 
time exclude dust and dirt. 

BRUSHES. — "One conspicuously famous brush maker 
has declared the art of brush making to be 'an art preserva- 
tive. ' The vehicle painter is deeply concerned in the achieve- 
ments of that art, because every distinct achievement made 
therein makes possible an equally distinct advancement in 
the art of painting. To a greater extent, perhaps, than any 
other class of painters, the vehicle painter should be inter- 
ested in making up his brush equipment of tools of the best 
quality. The brush made of reliable stock, having the 
the proper 'hang' and 'point,' and which balances like a 
( thoroughbred, ' is an economical tool to buy, regardless of 
the price. The first-class brush is distinctively the brush 
that shows good quality (uniform quality) from center to 
outside. ' ' 

AXLE WASHERS are of two kinds, leather and vul- 
canized fibre, the former being obtainable in "solid" and in 
"coil" form. The object of washers is to take up end 
motion in wheels. There are various classes of special axle 
washers for different kinds of special axles. 

AXLE LUBRICANTS, used: properly, add materially to 
the life of the axle and axle box. The various grades, quali- 
ties and classes of lubricants are applicable to the axles of 
various classes of vehicles, — different conditions and usage 
also requiring different classes of lubricants. 

HUB BANDS are used on the points of Hubs to finish 
and protect same, ragged Hub Bands being used on front 
wheels to serve as a convenient step in getting into the 
vehicle. 



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VARNISHES 









SURFACERS FOR CARRIAGE WORK 
Per Gal. 



.00 



.00 



.00 



Per Gal 

Reducible Roughstuff 

rfeel Surfacer, prepared and sappiiVd to tbe 
painter ready ground in a stiff paste, like 

ground color. It requires only the additi .1 spirit, 

"' turpentine to tod to ■ 

brushing on. 



Carriage Body Sealer 

This Scaler is intended to take the place qf tub 

load in preparing running geari for il lor an. I 

body for rough stuff. 

Motor Car Primer 

Is equally valuable on any kind of metal as well 
wood. When dry it is almost aa hard as the metal 
Eminently durable, it ,lri.-s in i' r ,,ni twenty-font 
thirty-six hours according t.. abop conditions, i 
a moderately stiiv brush and appl .,„„. 

as varnish after removing thoroughly rual 

an. I grease. 

Motor Car Surfacer , ni , 

Comes in paste form in .gallon pails. The proper 

working isislm. v is secured by a.]. ling tw.i parts 

turpentine t.i Bve parts Surfacer. For good « 
us.. t'..nr coats "I" tin' Motor Car Surfaccr, all, .wing 

oats. 






betwei 



Surfacer A— For Priming ^1 

This article is superior to anything heretofore offered 
as a Primer. It penetrates the fibres and tills 
seals the pores, thereby nourishing an. I toughening 

the wood and permanently preserving it. When once 

dry it is impossible t.. cause it to cleave off, crack, 

flake or ] I. It should be followed by Kurla. . 

Surfacer B — For Loading 4 

The composition of Surfacer B is to all intents and 
purposes identical with that of Surfacer A, over 

which it is t,, be laid, except that it possesses addi- 
tions adapting it to its place in the Syst. 
which makes it somewhat more cement-like. It 

should be followed by Surface!' C. 

Surfacer C — For Leveling 4 

Tin niposilion of Suit; r C is thoroughly homo- 
geneous with Surfacer B, over which it is to be laid, 
and its office is that of a leveler. It replaces the 
ordinary roughstuff., but it is in every way superior 
to that .article. Two or three coats should be use. I, 
according t.. tie- quality of the work. 

Surfacer C — White 4.00 

Similar to the foregoing, but intruded for use where 
delicate colors arc to be employed. 

Priming 3.00 

This article is intended as a I'rinling for carriages 
and railway cars. 1 1. penal Pates I he pores of the we 
and permanently preserves it. When once dry it is 
impossible to cause it to cleave oft", crack, flake or 

UNDERCOATS 

Per Gal. 
Hard Drying Body $4.80 

This Varnish is intended for use on Under Coats to 

prepare a line and durable surface for Finishing 

Varnishes. It dries hard overnight 

rubbed in from four to five days. 
Subbing Body I 

This varnish is intended for Under Coats, to prepare 

a durable sulfa.. bipg Varnishes, it dries 

hard overnight and can be rubbed nicely, without, 

I he slightest tendency to sweat, in about three days. 

Pale Bubbing ' 

This Varnish is similar to Rubbing Body, but is 

paler in color and intern 
Quick Bubbing 

Similar to Rubbing Body, but is intended for use 

where a quicker drying varnish is required. It dries 

hard overnight and can in twenty-four- 

hours. 

Surfacers in one gallon and one-half gallon packages— Undercoats in one gallon and quarter-gallon packages. 

To the net price in one-gallon cans, add the following advances, per gallon, in small packages: Surfacers; one half 
gallon cans, 20c. All others listed above: one-quarcer gallon cans, 40c. 






.00 



50 



.mi 



Per Gal. 
Coach Bubbing A 

A very pale Varnish. Works easily, (lows Well, an. I 

be rubbed withoill sweating within 36 hours. 

Coach Bubbing B 

Similar to above, not quite so tin.. 

Coach Bubbing C 3 .50 

Similar to above, but not so pale in color. 
Motor Car Four-day Bubbing 



Motor Car Three-day Bubbing | 

Motor Car Two-day Bubbing I 

Motor Car Pale Bubbing 



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VARNISHES 






COLOR UNDERCOATS 



Per Gal. 

Black Rubbing $4. 00 

This Varnish is used for producing a Jot Black Sur- 
face on Coach Bodies or Gears. It is at the same 
time a coat of color and a coat of varnish. It flows 
freely, covers thoroughly and rubs well without 
sweating. 

Blackest Rubbing 4.00 

A Varnish of the most intense blackness. Flows and 
dries about like Quick Rubbing. 

Quick Black Rubbing 3 . 50 

Similar to the foregoing, except that it is not quite 
s.i deep a black. In other respects it is fully equal 
and is used with very general satisfaction where 
price is an important consideration. 

Coach Black Rubbing A 4 . 00 

Intense black Color and Varnish for Undercoats. 
Works easily, dries hard, and will work without 
sweating in three days. 



Per Gal. 
Coach Black Rubbing B ..$3.75 

Similar to above. Not so fine, but very durable. 
Coach Black Rubbing C .\ . 3.50 

Similar to above, but not so fine. 

Superfine Carnation Rubbing 4 . on 

Superfine Red Rubbing A (Light) 3 . 50 

Superfine Red Rubbing B (Medium) 3.50 

Superfine Red Rubbing C (Deep) 3.60 

The basis of these Varnishes is a Rubbing Varnish 
of fine quality; the colors are permanent and attrac- 
tive and they will not settle. They cover solid ovor 
one ground coat on white, and may be used with con- 
fidence on the finest work. 



FINISHING BODY 



Per Gal. 
Palest Durable Body $6 . 00 

This Varnish is for final coats on best work; it is 
very nearly colorless, flows freely, sets slowly and 
is eminently durable. It will dry overnight and may 
be safely run out in three days. 

Medium Drying Body 6.00 

This is the same Varnish as Palest Durable Body, ex- 
cept that it hardens more quickly, and is therefore 
a desirable substitute on all jobs not allowing the 
same time or otherwise offering less favorable con- 
ditions, and is especially , useful during the summer 
months or in shops where it is impossible to keep a 
uniform temperature. 



Per Gal. 

Coach Finishing Body A $5. no 

Coach Body Finishing B 4.50 

Coach Body Finishing C 4 . 1 in 

Pale Wearing Body 4 . ".i i 

A pale Varnish similar in all respects to medium 
'living body, except that it dries a little quicker 
and harder, being dust free within ten hours. 

Palest Motor Car Body (5 . 00 

For finishing coats on best work. 

Medium Drying Motor Car Body <i .00 

Same as Palest Motor Car Body except that it, dries 
and hardens more quickly. 



All of above in one gallon and quarter gallon packages. 
To the net price in one-gallon cans, add the following advances per gallon, in smaller packages: quarter-gallon cans, 40c. 



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\ \RMMIES 









FINISHING GEAR 



Per Gal. 

- ale Durable Carriage $5.00 

This Varnish is for Goal coata po best Running 
Parts; to be used over Rubbing Varnish, ami is m 

with a s ial view to toughness and elasticity. It 

is our must brilliant Hear Varnish, and in body and 
flowing propi rtiea equals Palest Durable Body. 

Hard Drying Carriage 1 •■"'" 

This Varnish contains all the requisite points lot 
finishing running parts with one coat over striping. 
It hardens thoroughly through, is heavy bodied and 
is designed for that ''lass of work when one eoajt only 
is practicable. 

No. 1 Carriage ; 4 -"" 

This Varnish is similar to Hard Drying Carriage in 
body and working properties, Imt is intended for a 
cheaper <lnss of work or repairs. It hardens a little 

quicker than the foregoing, an. I is by some prefer 
on thai account. 



Per Oal. 

One Coat Carriage 

This Varnish contains all the requisite |H.inis 
linishing running parts with oni striping. 

It hardens thoroughly through, is heavy bodied 
is designed for thai Mirk when 

only is practicable^ 

Pale Elaatic Gear 1. 00 

Coach Gear Finishing A ' .00 

Coach Gear Finishing B 

Coach Gear Finishing C 

Pale Motor Car Gear 

its on l.est mar work. 

Heavy Motor Car Gear 1.50 

For gear linishing with one 
Quick Motor Car Gear ' "" 

One ...at dear Finish that dries and hardens quickly. 



JAPANS 

Per Gal. Per G »'; 

_ , , _. S3 50 Pale Drying Japan 

Japan Gold Size ,•"" Vri«l»'iJi This ii a rior Dryer for Paints and Colors. 

This is a Ugh! eolore.1 Itrver o, , x , ' , ,' ^ , h , Jrolor. will m, 

to aid their drying, 1 ling: ', ,,, will tf ntirely reliable 

It has superior binding pr ;rties, i is tot ™°' '' ' ,-- 

its naleu.ss it is particularly useful with lig Railway Coach Japan .. "Vn^ 

ns p.u. n.sf,, , ^^ Tliisisavervsupen.il Hi... tor Pi a and Colors. 

Coach Makers' Japan . .. . • • ••■ ■••■••• ;.. .; •;,"' It is ,.„!,,. ,'„,!,■ in color, will mix freely with 

This is a very | ; . will he f 

Colors. It mixes perfectly tree wii I. ami is a goau 

binder as wel Irj n i" aaiforfiity and certainty Coacn Japan Light 

of results it is witbotri an equal. Coach Japan Medium 

Coach Japan Dark 



MIXING OR BENCH 

Per gal., *2.20 

COaClll8 ThisV;in ^'andAatomobii; Pais 

All of above iu one gallon and quarter-gallon packages. 
To the net price, in one-gallon fl^the following advances per gallon, in smaller packages: quarter-gallon can, ,0c. 



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COACH COLORS 





Tjgtern Red 
fPliy Varnish Co 





Blacks 

Per lb. 

Fine Ivory Black R $0.33 

I vury Blaek P 28 

Lamp Blaek 28 

( loach Black 22 

Special Ivory Black 30 

Reds 

American Vermilion (L. & D.) 45 

Carnation Red (L., M. & D.) 1.05 

( loach Red (L., M. & D.) 83 

Eastern Red (L., M. & D.) 55 

English Venetian Red 28 

English Vermilion (L. & D.) 1.32 

Imperial Red (L. & D.) 55 

I ndian Red 37 

Murphy Red (L., M. & D.) 1.05 

Tuscan Red 45 

Wine Color (L., M. & D.) 45 

Greens 

Brewster Green (Light) 61 

Coach Painters' Green (L., M. & D.) .55 
Express Wagon Green 66 



GROUND IN JAPAN 

Blues 

Per lb. 

Attitash Blue (L., M. & D.) $0.66 

Automobile Blue 77 

Azure Blue 45 

Cobalt Blue 1.32 

Perfect Blue 88 

Prussian Blue 1.05 

Ultramarine Blue 88 

Victoria Blue (L., M. & D.) 1.05 

Browns 

Beech Nut Brown 55 

Columbia Brown ... .60 



Whites . 

Per lb. 

Body White $0 . (Hi 

Chremnitz White 55 

Flake White 55 

Silver White 39 

Zinc White ->. .45 

Lakes 

American Crimson Lake, A 1.58 

Carriage Part Lake (L. & D.) 74 

English Yellow Lake, A , 2.10 

40 Carmine (L. & D.) 6.00 

Special Motor Car Colors 

Motor Car Brown 5380 66 



Italian Sienna (Burnt & Ra>w) 41 Motor Car Bro'wn 5402 55 

Pale Amber 66 Motor Car Brown 5403 55 



Peanut Brown (L. & D.) 55 Motor Car Blue 

Portland Amber 55 Motor Car Blue 

Pullman Body Color 45 Motor Car Green 



Turkey Umber (Burnt & Raw) 39 

Vandyke Brown 45 



5409. 
5410. 
5020. 
5079. 
5353. 
5536. 



.83 

.83 
.55 
.83 
.66 

.55 



Yellows 

Chrome Yellow (L., M. & Orange) 



.55 



Motor Car Green 
Motor Car Green 
Motor Car Green 

♦Motor Car Grey 15388 55 

•Motor Car Grey 5390 55 

*Motor Car Grey 5394 55 

♦Motor Car Grey 5399 
Motor Car Olive 
Motor Car Red 
Motor Car Red 
Motor Car Red 
Motor Car Red 



5375. 
5338. 
5363. 
5534. 

5540. 



.55 
.55 

.8.8 

.66 

1.05 

1.58 



Merrimac Green (L. & D.) 45 Chrome Yellow (Deep Orange) 55 

Milori Green (L., M. & D.) 88 Citron Yellow .' 55 

Murphy Green ( L., M. & D.) 66 Golden Ochre 37 

Olive Green (L., M. & D.) 55 Imitation of Gold 83 

I 'ea Green 66 Lemon Yellow 66 

Permanent Emerald Green (L..M.& D.) .55 Mellow Yellow 55 

Quaker Green (Light) 55 Naples Yellow (L. & D.) 1.05 Motor Car Yellow 5086 50 

Willow (L. & DO 72 Permanent Yellow (L., M. & D.) 83 Motor Car Yellow 5408 55 

All leading colors carried in 5-lb. press cans; all other colors, 1-lb. cans. 

•Not sent in press cans because they must be thoroughly mixed each time any color is taken from the can. 
Color Card of Coach and Motor Car Colors will be sent on application. 

STRIPING COLORS 




40 Carmine, (L. & D.), per 4-oz. tube $3.00 

40 • Jarmine, (L. & D.), per 2-oz. tube 1.55 

English Vermilion " " 70 

Naples Yellow " " 42 

Permanent Yellow, Pale ' ( ' ( 42 

All Colors are net weight, i. e.: 



Chrome Yellow, Orange, per : 
Flake White " 

Pea Green " 

Milori Green " 

Perfect Blue " 

can or tube is excluded. 



-oz. tube $0.42 

45 

" 45 

" 45 

" ., 55 

160 






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PAINTS AND PAINTERS' SUPPLIES 




CARRIAGE GLOSS 

Pints. Quarts. 

Lemon Chrome $0.60 $1.00 

Bronze Green i ■"> .75 

Orange Chrome 60 1.00 

Coach Painters' Green 60 1.00 

Tuscan Bed 45 .75 

Wine 60 1.00 

Black 45 .75 

Crimson 60 1.00 

Vermilion 60 1.00 

Carmine 00 1.00 

LAMP BLACK 

Germantown, Dry Per lb., $0.20 

Commercial, Dry " - 15 

CHAMOIS SKINS 

No. 28 —Size 28 x 32 inches Per doz., $15.00 

No. 25%— Size 18 x 24 inches " 9-00 



PUMICE STONE 

Lump, Selected |J " r lb -. * - 15 

Powdered 

BRUSH KEEPERS 

Smith's Each, $2.50 

PAINT PRESSES 

Smith's Each, $2.50 




WAGON PAINT 

Quarts. Half Gallons. Gallons. 

Green $2.40 

Black 65 2.40 

Blue 1.28 2.40 

Yellow 65 1.25 2.40 

Bed 85 2.40 

WHITE LEAD 

Coach and Car Market 

12' 2 , 25, 50 and 101) lb. kegs. 

SPONGES 

Bock Island, Large Per 11)., - 

Bock Island, Small " 

RUBBING BRICK 

Eureka Subbing Bricl Pel lb., $0.25 

Place in wa ter r when 

working. Never work dry. 

Each Brick weighs about one pound. 

SAND PAPER 

No. —Size el Lnchoa Pox.ii 

No. Va— Size si 1, 9x11 iuchos " 

No. 1 — Size sin 

No. l'/a — Size sheet, '.ixll inel 7.25 

No. 2 —Si 

No. 2', 2 — Size sheet, :>x 1 1 incurs 

No. 3 " 

One-half Beam per Package. 



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BRUSHES 




FLAT DUSTER 

No. 500 — "Width 4 inches, length 4% inches. .Per doz., $19.48 
Bed polished wood. Black bristles outside. Grey bristle 

middles. Best quality. 

A high-grade brush, made of Bussia bristle throughout. 

Extra long stock. 




ROUND DUSTER 

No. 55 — Length 4% inches Per doz., $13.66 

No. 60— Length 4% inches " 17.54 

No. 65 — Length 4% inches " 22.10 

Yellow polished wood. Black bristle outside. Grey 

bristle middles. Best quality. This is the best painter's 
duster made. Warranted all Bussia bristles. 




BRISTLE FLAT FITCH 

Master Painters' 

1/4-inch Per doz., $0.78 

%-inch " .88 

y 2 -inch " .98 

%-inch " 1.20 

3/4-inch " 1.38 

%-inch '* 1.62 

1 -inch " 2.02 

l>4-inch " 2.82 

1%-inch " 3.64 

Tin bound. Polished red handle. White bristle. Best 
quality. A perfect working brush. 




FLAT PAINT 
Adams O. K. Stucco 



'■V-2 



No. 15— Width 
No. 20— Width 3 
No. 25— Width 3 
No. 30— Width 3% 
No. 35 — Width 4 in., 
No. 40— Width 4% in., 
Leather bound. 



length 4% in Per doz., $14.15 



in. 
in. 



length 4% in 

length 5 in 

length 5% in 

length 5% in 

length 5% in 

Bed varnished handle. 



All 



19.78 
23.20 
31.60 
39.80 
46.60 
white 



bristles. Very best quality. 

This is a perfect brush in every way for the professional 
painter. It is made entirely of the very best Bussia bristles, 
carefully selected for their even spring and stiffness, and it 
cannot be excelled in any particular. 




OVAL VARNISH OR PAINT 
Adams A 



No. 1-0— Length 4 



nehes Per doz., 



No. 2-0— Length 4% inches " 9.90 

No. 3-0— Length 4% inches " 11.28 

No. 4-0— Length 4% inches " 13. 7S 

No. 5-0— Length 5 inches " 16.98 

No. 6-0— Length 5% inches " 21.10 

Wire bound. All white bristles. Good quality. 

A medium-weight practical brush for ordinary work. 




CARRIAGE OR BLIND PAINT 
Adams O. K. 

No. 5— Length 4% inehes Per doz., $14.04 

No. 4 — Length 5 inches " 16.38 

No. 3— Length 5% inches " 19.88 

Wire bound. All white bristles. Best quality. 

A round brush of small diameter and long bristles; very 
popular for carriage work. 



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•RUSHES 




CHISELED OVAL VARNISH 

Adams A. A. 

No. 2 — Length .". inches Per 

No. 3— Length 31 18.18 

Ho. 4— Length :'•'■_• inches " tt.32 

Ho. 5— Length 3% inehee " 

No. 6— Length 1 " 19.28 

No. 7— length 4 : 's inches " 23.16 

No. 8— Length 4\ inches " 27.36 

Nickel bound. All white French l.ristles. Finest quality. 

A very supt rior brush for high-grade work. 




FITCH HAIR FLOWING 
Adams Thin Silver, Chiseled Edge 



1 inch will' 1 '''' 

IVi inch wide 

2 inch will' 

2y 2 inch wide 

-3 inch wide 

Nickel humid. RedTipB. Glue set. A high 
made of selei ■ ' ; 



5.84 



11.71 




CAMEL HAIR MOTTLING 
Adams Superior 
y 2 inch wide 

1 inch wide 

IVi loch w'd'' 

2 inch wide 

2 1 2 inch wide 

3 inch widi 









19.28 




BRISTLE FLOWING VARNISH 
Adams Whi'e Car and Panel, Chiseled 

inch full width 

1 inch full width. . 

nch full width. 

2 inch full width. 
21 , inch full width. . 

3 inch full wid 

hnsii lity. 

The henl and rnoal practical brush i 
line varnishes. Especially adapti 
and e;ir woi 




BRISTLE FLOWING VARNISH 

Adams Silver, Chiseled 

1 inch idi 
li j Inch wide 

2 inch wide 

" ll wide 

3 inch wide 

ickel bound. 
ior quality. 
An exci llent brush for fine wort 



Red lips. 













. 






I 






. 




While 








CAMEL HAIR COLORING 
Adams Superior 

.i/j inch Wide 

1 inch wide 

li j inch wide 

2 inch will' 

2V4 inch wide 

3 inch wid 



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BRUSHES 





CAMEL HAIR LETTERING PENCILS IN QUILLS BLACK SABLE STRIPING PENCILS IN QUILLS 



In lengths, % inches and 1 inches Per gro., 

In lengths, IVi inches and iy 2 inches " 

Furnished in any desired size and length in less 
gross lots at the following prices: 

No. 1 Per doz., 

No. 2 ." " 

No. 3 " 

No. 4 '* 

No. 5 " 

No. 6 -. " 

No. 7 " 

No. 8 " 

Assorted, Nos. 1 to 8 " 

Put up in compartment boxes containing one 
assorted sizes, Nos. 1 to 8. 

Each size packed separately. 



$6.15 


No. 1 




$2.26 
3.12 


No. 2 






No. 3 




4.26 




No. 4 




6.38 










$0.40 
45 


No. 5 




9.38 


No. 6 




11.88 


55 


No. 7 




14.00 


70 


No. 8 




16.88 


85 


No. 10 




25.00 


1.00 
1.20 
1.35 

.70 
gross 


Absolutely pure. 


Length of hair, 2% inches. 






CAMEL HAIR DAGGER STRIPING PENCIL 

No. 1 Per doz., $2.38 

No. 2 " 2.50 

No. 3 " 2.62 

No. 4 " 2.74 

Assorted, Nos. 1 to 4 " 2.56 

Diagonal ends. Copper Win- binding. Wood handles. 



OX HAIR SWORD STRIPING PENCIL 

No. 1 Per doz., $1.24 

No. 2 " 1.34 

No. 3 " 1.50 

No. 4 " 1.64 

Assorted, Nos. 1 to 4 " 1 . 45 

Made with Tin Handles. 



BRUSH INFORMATION 



Do not soak Oval Chisel Varnish Brushes in water before 
using, but open bristles in center of brush and pour in a 
teaspoonful of water and let brush stand on handle until 
water is absorbed. 

"Too much bleaching makes very white bristles, but it 
injures their strength and renders them less durable. 

Flat Varnish Brushes used in paint should not be kept 
in water. 

A A r arnish Brush in daily use should be suspended in the 
varnish over night. 

Varnish Brushes when not in use should be kept in raw 
oil, or in varnish deep enough to cover the ferrule. Never 
clean a varnish brush in turpentine. 

Never buy a Fitch or Camel 's-hair Brush that shows ex- 
treme length of hair. The longest hairs never have as much 
life and spring as those of medium length. 

Brushes set in glue should not be put in water. When 
through using and before putting away for future use, soak 
in benzine to get out all the varnish, and dry thoroughly. 

To detect Tanipieo — pull out fibres from different parts 
of the brush and burn them separately. If Tampico, they will 
burn with a clear and steady flame, leaving but little ashes 
and no odor. Bristle, being an animal substance, will twist 
and sizzle in. burning, and emit a strong odor. 

The number, size or length of a brush is of little value in 
comparing different catalogs. If you wish to compare 
values, examine the brushes themselves. 



To break in a good Stucco Brush — shake out loose 
bristles, if any, before using. When through work, soak the 
brush in linseed oil and lay out evenly on a flat board for 
three consecutive days, after which it can be kept in water. 

A mechanic who practices true economy will always 
select the very best brushes, as the work they will do will 
repay their cost. 

More brushes are lost from lack of good care than are 
ever consumed in actual wear. 

Brushes should never be kept in a warm or dry place, 
as they are liable to shrink or come apart. 

Paint or Varnish Brushes should never be used as dusters, 
nor used dry. 

If from any cause brushes have shrunk, they can gener- 
ally be restored by putting them for a short time in a cellar 
or damp place. 

Brushes that weigh the most are not always the heaviest 
in bristles. 

Xumbers 3, 4 and 5 "O K Blind Brushes" are largely 
used by carriage painters. 

Examine your Camel 's-hair Pencils carefully and keep 
them free from moths. 

The sizes and measurements given in this catalog are 
actual. 

Always clean Lettering and Striping Pencils thoroughly, 
and point them in lard, oil or grease before putting them 
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AXLE WASHERS 

Solid Leather 



All "1 OOI rs arc made 

from selected oak tanned leather, and we guar- 
antee them to be equal, if not superior, to any 

washers in the market. 







Size Axle 

3/4-incb. 

%-inch 

IJ-inch 

1. .-inch 

1 ,'■. -inch 

lVs-inch 

lVi-inch 

1%-inch 

l'/ 2 -inch 



and 

Vulcanized Fibre 

STANDARD LIST OF SOLID LEATHER AND VULCANIZED FIBRE WASHERS 

Suitable for Standard Makes of Half Patent Axles 

COLLAR WASHERS 

No. Inside Diam. Outside Diam. 



...NUT WASHERS 

No. Inside Diam. Outside Diam. Per 100 

1 



14 
27 
28 
42 
67 
93 
107 
147 



Ij-incta 
%-inch 

tj-inch 
lA-inch 
lfVinch 
1%-inch 
lA-inch 



1 -inch 
lA-inch 
Hfc-inch 
lflj-inch 
1 ft -inch 
1%-inch 
lU-inch 



$1.75 
1.75 

1 . 7.-. 
1.75 
8 . 85 
2.85 

2.50 

2.. -in 



Size Axle 

'/i-inch 

%-inch 

IJ-inch 

1 -inch 

lA-inch 

l»/ 8 -inch 

lVi-inch 

P 8 -inch 

l>/ 2 -inch 



42 

68 

81 

95 

107 

121 

149 

161 

213 



U inch 
1 ■ , iii.li 



2 inch 



Per 100 

$2.25 




■"ay? 
■2e**»7S^ & ZttZf/*^ Co. 



Iinch AxO 



Solid 
.THERWASHERSj 



V\TENT AXLES' 
■NO COLU/ 



lUBBI 




In Boxes of 50, Nut and Collar Separate. 

W*r*r>PA'i?t<sf d! /r^rf/e Co 

^Sets ' UnchAxlk 

w vulcanized 
Fibre Washers 




' W^r/wooae tHesrr/r Co 

5 Sets .Hunt Axti 

S01 

tOLE Leather washer: 

'OR DAT-ZELLhlrrlPROVEia 

Cc>LLitwn6&iAV' 

NOT f 




FOR HALF PATENT AXLES 
Solid Leather or Vulcanized Fibre 

Size Axle, inches.. % % 14 1 1 h 

Per box (5 set)... $0.70 $0.80 $0.90 $0.90 $1.00 

Size Axle, inches lVs IVi 13 /e IV2 

Perbox(5set) *'.00 $1.10 $1.25 $1.40 

In Boxes of 5 Set (40 Washers for Nut and Collar). 



FOR DALZELL IMPROVED COLLINGE 
Solid Leather 
Size Axle, Ins.. l'/s 1V4 1% l'/t 1% 

box (5 set) $4.ni) $5.00 $6.00 48.00 $10.00 $1 
In Boxes of 5 Set (40 Washers for Nut and Collar). 




/^t7-^y?^o^a£ 3-/rttrsr Co, 



TfWfif 



DaMIIwn^enni'K 







FOR RICHARD'S LONG DISTANCE 

Size Axle, inches 3 A 14 % 

Per box (5 set) $1-20 $1.25 

Size Axle, inches 1 *& 11/s 

Per box (5 set) $1-50 $1.60 



11 

$1.40 

1% 

$3.00 



COIL AXLE WASHERS 

For Axle, inches ?/ 8 1 i'/s W* 1 '/» 

IVr Box $0.90 41.00 $1-10 $1-20 $1.50 

Each Box contains sufficient coil to make 100 washers. 
Adjustable to Nut or Collar. 



In Boxes of Five Set (60 Washers for Nut, Collar aud Groove) . 



FOR DALZELL CENTENNIAL 

Size Axle, inches % J» 

Per Box (5 set) *2.00 

Size Axle, inches 

■ set) 



1 



FELT OIL PAD 

Felt Pads, for Long Dis Por s 

Tnc , ( . supplying it automatically to 



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LUBRICANTS 





MATHER'S AXLE OIL 

Pints Per doz., $4.50 

Quarts " 7.00 

Pints One Dozen per Case. 

Quarts One Dozen per Case. 

A pure lubricant especially prepared 
for use on "Thousand Mile," "Long 
Distance," and other self lubricating 
axles. 



BOSTON COACH OIL 

Pints Per ease (1 doz.) $3.60 

Quarts " " 5.40 

Half Gallons. . " (% doz.) 4.65 

Gallons " " 7.20 

For use on all kinds of axles. Does 
nor gum or corrode, and is superior to 
and more economical than Castor Oil. 




CASTROLENE 

l-lb. Tins Per doz., $1.75 

1-lb. Tins Per case (3 doz.) 5.00 

A heavy-bodied, light colored grease, 
especially adapted to use on light 
wagon and carriage axles as a sub- 
stitute for castor oil. It will not gum, 
dry out or become rancid, requires but 
a small quantity to do the work and 
remains always of the same consist- 
ency. 




C. & S. AXLE GREASE 

2-lb. Tins Per doz., $1.60 

2-lb. Tins Per case (2 doz.) 3.00 

5-lb. Pails (Tin) Per case (1 doz.) 4.00 

10-lb. Pails (Tin) Per case (%-doz.) 4.00 

15-lb. Pails (Tin) Per ease (%-doz.) 4.00 

25-lb. Pails (Galv. Dron) Per doz., 18.00 

Special Prices on Quantity Lots. 
Suitable for light and heavy vehicles. It is an excellent 
gear grease and a very fine lubricant for general purposes. 




MICA AXLE GREASE 

l-lb. Tins Per doz., $1.25 

1-lb. Tins Per case (3 doz.) 3.50 

3-lb. Tins Per dozen, 3.00 

3-lb. Tins Per case (2 doz.) 5.50 

10-lb. Tins Per case (%-doz.) 4.50 

10-lb. Pails (Galv. Iron) Per dozen, 9.00 

25-lb. Pails (Galv. Iron) " ' 21 . 00 

Special Prices on Quantity Lots. 
Made of best grease stock and ground Mica, which fills 
up the pores and crevices in the axle and forms a hard, 
smooth coating, thus reducing friction to a minimum. 






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PLATED 







PLAIN PATTERN, EXTRA HEAVY 
Composition (Silver Plated) 

1%-inches Deep. 

Diain., ins.... 2% 2% 2% 2>/ a 2*A 2 3 /« 2% 3 
Per Set (4) . .$1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.40 $1.50 $1.60 $1.70 $1.80 
2 inches Deep. 

Diam., ins 2>/ 2 2% 2% 2% 3 3>/ e 3>/ 4 

Set (4). ...$1.80 $1.90 $2.00 $2.10 $2.20 $2.40 $2.60 




CENTRAL PARK PATTERN 
Composition (Silver Plated) 



Diameter, incites 

IVr Set (4) 



incbes Deep. 

.. 2% 



3' ; 3> , 





Rear Front 

Plain Beaded Beaded 8rd Ea ** ed 

CENTENNIAL PATTERN 

Composition (Silver Plated) 

Two Ragged and Two Plain Beaded Bands to a Set. 

2 1 /. inches deep. 

. „ "..... 8% 

Diameter, inches n g5 $12,66 '■'■' 

Per se1 (4) ' 

2% inches deep. 

. 4 4% 

Diameter, inches ,$15.00 U +17.07 $18.00 

Por set (4) F 0r ' sets 'of 'all' Bagged Bands add 25 per cent net. 

T„»» m watts NAME PLATE NAILS 

HUB BAND NAILS 
,;.„., Per e ro*0 40 Name Plate Nails, 15.. Per gro. $0.30 

Hub Band Nails, Silver, ',->"■ No. 13. .Per gro. ¥U.*« 






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MISCELLANEOUS 




Whisk Brooms Per iloz. 

Dusters " 

Magnets Each, 

Edge Ink Brushes Per doz. 

Carriage Bolts, Assorted, Vi and , 3 „xlV2 Per 100. 

Machine Bolts, Assorted, Vi and /ixlVk " 

Spring Strip Nails Per lb. 



Wire Brads, 2y 2 inch, No. 10, in 1-lh. papers. ..Per lb. 
Wire Nails, Assorted, 1 to 2V 2 inch, 1-lb. papers " 

French Chalk (Soapstone) " 

Blue or White Crayons Per box 

Carpenter's Pencils .Per gro. 

Pins, Large and Medium Per lb. 

Waste, White Cotton " 



We list above an assortment of Supplies, all of which are frequently or occasionally required in a well-equipped Trimming Shop 






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PERFECTION TRACE HOLDER 
Patented 

Nickel Plated Per doz., $5 . 00 

This is a high-grade article, the quality of the constituent 
materials and the workmanship fully justifying its price. 



FOOT BOARD MOLDING 

Corrugated Top 

No. 14C — Polished Brass Per foot, $0.75 

Size 12x1 inches, 1/10 inch thick, 13-foot lengths. An up- 
to-date substitute for plain F. B. Molding. 



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